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PoE SOME Yeaks Assistant in the Harvard University Library; and 

Compiler of an "Index to the North American Review" 

AND AN "Index to the Christian Examiner." 

Seconti Scries, 

" Les revelations des miteurs anonymes el pseuclonymes sont non-seulemenz 
piquantes pour les gens du monde, viais encore importantes pour Vhistorien lU- 
teraire et le biographe ; ce sont la des mysteres des Uttcratttres que les erudites 
out toujours cherche a decouvrir." — Quekard. 



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J. S. CcsHiNG & Co., Printers, Boston. 


THE favor accorded the First Series of " Initials and Pseudo- 
nyms," both in this country and abroad, has been very grati- 
fying to the compiler. 

It is hoped that this supplementary volume, which contains 6500 
initials and pseudonyms, answering to 4800 real names, will be 
received with the same kind consideration. 

Such a subject, constantly changing and growing, is practically 
inexhaustible ; but sti'enuous care has been exercised in making the 
work accurate and as complete as possible. For the kindly assist- 
ance given by interested readers, the compiler desires to express 
his thanks and his assurance that any corrections or supplementary 

informaticjn will be gratefully received. 

W. C. 
January, 1888. 

Seconb Series. 



Part I. 


— — . Francis Jenks, 'in the " Christ. 
Exam.," III., 379. B. 1826. 

. John Edmund Eeade. Cain the 

wanderer ; A vision of heaven ; Darkness, 
and other poems. By ... L. 1829. 

, . Edward Fitzgihbon. Mr, 

Barnacles and his boat. L. n.d. 

. Sir John Henry Moore. 

Poetical trifles. By . . . Bath, 1778. 

a g. Mrs. Fredrika Runeberg. 

Fru Catharina Boije och hennes dottrar. 
Sthlm. 1861. 

" I herewith enclose list of one hundred and 
forty pseudonyms and initials; of these, you will 
find thirty that have no reference to work or 
place where used; but these, at least the greater 
number of them, represent prominent living 
authors and journalists who have published 
works with their full name, but who have the 
past few years contributed essays, poems, etc., 
to the more promiuent periodicals of Stock- 
holm over initials indicated. " Stim." or 
" Sthlm." is a common abbreviation of Stock- 
holm, where most Swedish books are published." 
— From OusTAVu.s N. Swan, of Sioux City, la. 

h . F. Cronhamn. Librarian 

and Stockholm correspondent of several 
provincial newspapers. 

k . Prof. H. Abnkvist. Elena. 

Novell. Fran ryskan of versatt af. Sthlm. 

Ijfr . Alfred Anderson. En 

polismans anteckningar. Sthlm. 18G7. 

th . Mathilda Lonnherg. Ur 

lifvcti Skogsbygden. Sthlm. 1881. 

, Lady. C. Howard. The chapel 

bell, and other poems. By ... A con- 
vert from Anglicanism to Catholicity. 
Dublin, 1824. 

.... Sir Jasper Atkinson. Consider- 
ations on the propriety of the Bank 
of England resuming its payments in 
specie ... By . . . L. 1802. 

.... A.T. Gregory. Practical guides 
condensed. By . . . 1864. 

*. John frorham Palfrey. In the 
"Christ. Exam.," XI., 141, 

*. George Stillman Hillard. Letter 
to the man in tlie moon. "New Eng- 
land Mag.," Vol. VIII., p. 375, 1835. 

*. Charles Fenno Hoffman. A winter 
in the West, being a collected series of 
letters which he wrote for the N.Y. 
" American," 1833, of which he was co- 
editor with Charles King of New York. 

**. George Putnam, D.D., in the 
" Christ Exam.," XXXIII., 228. 

**. Francis Wharton, in the " Christ. 

*^jt*. Rev. Tkeophi.lus Bnckridge, M.A. 
Burton bridge. " Gent. Mag.," Septem- 
ber, 1751, pp. 406, 407, 

***. Joseph B. Cobb. Longfellow's 
poems. " Amer. "Whig Rev.," April, 
1851, p. 359. 

***, Abbe. L'Abbe' Deleon. Under 
the ban. [Trans.] L. 1865. 

***, Madame. Mad. A. L. iSlie de 
Beaumont. Lettres du Marquis de Ro- 
selle, par . . . Paris, 1764. 

****, M. de. Jean Baptiste Colbert, 
Marquis de Torc3\ Me'moires de . . . pour 
servir a I'histoire des negociations depuis 
le Traite de Riswick jusqu'a a la Paix 
d'Utrecht. La Haye, 1756. 

*****. Soajne Jenyns. Poems. By 
... L. 1752. 

** * *** . Sir Francis Grant, Lord Cul- 
len. An essay for peace ... In a letter 
from ... to his neighbour in the countrey. 
Edinb. 1703. 

*****^ ***, Hev. John Newton. An 
authentic narrative of some remarkable 
and interesting particulars in the life of 
... L. 1764. By Rev. Thomas Haweis. 

*****, U. S. Army. Ethan Allen 
Hitchcock, The doctrines of Swedenborg 
and Spinoza identified. By . . . B. 

"* D," Rose Cottage, N.J. S. A. 
Defoe, M.D. 


* H. Thomas Bill, D.D., in the " Christ. 
Exam.," XLI., 459. 

* Li. Samuel Kirkland Lothrop, in the 
" Christ. Exam.," XLII., 292. 

* P. Andrew Preston Peahody, in the 
"Christ. Exam.," XLII., 453. 

-----, Dean of. Charles Leslie. Que- 
rela temporum; or, the danger of the 
Church of England. In a letter from 
... to the prebend of . . . L. 1750. 

tft. Henry Ware, Jr., in the " Christ. 

Jj^^. James Henry Leigh Hunt. Let- 
ters and works of Mary Wortley Mon- 
tague. "London and Westminster Re- 
view," April, 1837, p. 130. 

A. Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Miles. Poetry 
in the "Christ. Exam.," IIL, 466. B, 
1826 ; and other places. 

A. Stephen Alfeston. Sur la mort de 

Miss Elizabeth L ce. A poem by 

... In the " Selector or Cornish Mag.," 
1826, p. 56. 

A. Francis Alger. Signature in the 
" Christ. Exam." (B.). 

A. William Bounseville Alger. Signa- 
ture in the " Christ. Exam." (B.). 

A. John Stuart Mill. (1) Armand 
Carrel. " London and Westminster Re- 
view," October, 1837, p. 66. — (2) Apho- 
risms. Thoughts in the cloister and 
the crowd. "London and Westminster 
Review," January, 1837, p. 348. — (3) 
Bentham. " London and Westminster 
Review," August, 1838, p. 467. — (4) 
Civilization. " London and Westmin- 
ster Review," April, 1836, p. 1. — (5) 
Coleridge. " London and Westminster 
Review," 1829, p. 257. — (6) Commence- 
ment of the session. " London and 
Westminster Review," April, 1836, p. 
271. — (7) De Tocqueville on democracy 
in America. "London Review," July, 

1835, p. 85. — (8) Fonblanque's England, 
etc. " London and Westminster Review," 
April, 1837, p. 65. — (9) The French 
revolution. "London and Westminster 
Review," July, 1837, p. 17. — (10) Lord 
Durham and the Canadians. " London 
and Westminster Review," January, 
1838, p. — (11) Parties and the min- 
istry. " London and Westminster Re- 
view," October, 1837, p. 1. — (12) Poems 
and romances of Alfred deVigny. "Lon- 
don and Westminster Review," April, 
1838, p. 1. — (13) Political economy, etc. 
"London and Westminster Review," Oc- 
tober, 1836, p. 1. — (14) Professor Sedg- 
wick's discourse. " London Review," 
April, 1835, p. 94. — (15) Rationale of 
representation. " London Review," July, 

1836, p. 341. — (16) Sir John Walsh's 

contemporary history. "London and 
Westminster Review," July, 1836, p. 
281. — (17) State of society in America. 
" London Review," January, 1836, p. 
365. — (18) Tennj'son's poems. "London 
Review," July, 1835, p. 402. 

A., Viator. Anthony Aufrere. Signa- 
ture to his contributions to the "Gent. 

A., A. Alfred Austin (^1). At Florence, 
in the " Temple Bar," December, 1861. 

A., A. Mrs. Anna Atkins. (1) Memoir 
of J. G. Children . . . Westminster, 
1853. — (2) Photographs of British Algas. 
By . . . L. 1843. 

A. A. A. Mme. Marie Pauline Rose 
(^Stewart) Blaze de Bury. (1) All for 
greed. L. 1868. — (2) Love the avenger. 
By . . . L. 1869. 

A, A. O. A. 0. Andrews. . . . The 
Rev. Samuel Oilman, D.D. . . . until 
his death, Feb. 2, 1858. 

A., Anna. Mrs. Anna (Anderson) 
Vdstberg. Utan namn. Berattelse af. 
Sthlm. 1884. 

A. B. Alexander Hamilton, in Loudon's 
New York " Packet," 1781. 

A. B., C. D., E. F. Maj. Edicard 3Ioor. 
Letters on the kind and economic man- 
agement of the poor . . . Woodbridge, 
1825. [From the Ipswich " Journal."] 

A. B. C. Miss S. Lawrence. Lausus 
and Lydia, with Madame Bonso's three 
strings to her bow. A comedy. L. 

A. B. C. Francis Blachhurne. Hard- 
ships and danger of subscriptions . . . 
L. 1758. 

A., B. li. Mrs. B. L. Adams. A 
church story. By ... L. 1876. 

A., C, Esq. Christopher Anstey, Esq. 
(1) Ad C. N. Bamfylde, Arm., epistola 
poetica familiaris. L. 1777. — (2) A 
Pindaric epistle ... By . , . L. 1779. 

A. C. Traveller. Mrs. H. K. W. 
Clark. Tlie teachings of the ages. By 
. . . San Francisco, 1874. 

A., C. F. Charles Francis Adams. 
Moral wrongs of slavery, in the " Christ. 
Exam.," 1847. 

A., C. F. Cecil Frances Alexander. 
Narrative hymns for village schools. By 
... L. 1857. 

A., C. J. li. Carl Jonas Ludvig Alm- 
quist. Grimstahamns nybygge. Sthlm. 

A. D. S. Edmond de Manne. — See 
" I. and P." 

A., E. Ezra Abbot, in the "Christ. 
Exam.," XL v., 389, etc. 

A. E. I. Mrs. Isabel Burton, n€e Count- 
ess Arundell of Wardour. How to deal 

with the slave scandal in Egypt. 
Trieste (?), 1881 (?). 

A., E. S. Ernest Silvanus Appleyard.' 
(1) Claims of the Church of Rome con- 
sidered ... L. 1848. — (2) Eastern 
churches ... By . . . L. 1850. — (3) 
The fall and redemption of man ... By 
... L. 1861. — (4) The Greek Church 
... By . . . L. 1851. With supple- 
ment. L. 1852. — (5) My country ; the 
history of the British Isles. By . . . L. 
1859. — (6) Principles of Protestantism 
... By ... L. 1848. — (7) The scriptural 
faith of the young churchman . . . By 
... L. 1874. — (8) Welsh sketches. . . . 
By . . . L. 1851. — (9) The world in 
•which I live, and my place in it. Bj . . . 
L. 1856. 

A., F. C Frances Charlotte Armstrong. 
(1) Looking up; or, Nanny West and 
her grandam. By . . . •» L. 1874. — (2) 
Phyllis Pengelly. By . . . L. 1875. 

A. H. K. Miss Eliza A. Warner. Our 
two lives ; or, Graham and I. N.Y. 

A., J. John Adamson. Ballads from 
the Portugueze ; translated by J. A. and 
R. C. C. Newcastle, 1846. 

A., J. Dr. John Aikin. Virgil vindi- 
cated against Heron. In " Gent. Mag." 
for 1786, pp. 1040-41. 

A., J., M.D. and F.R.S. John Trus- 
ter, 31. D. The physical friend . . . 
By . . . L. 1776. 

A., J. A. J. A. Auren. Bidrag tell 
Svenska sprakets qvantitetsliira af . . . 
Sthlm. 1874. 

A., J. C. Jane Carhjle Aithen. The 
last words of Thomas Carlyle . . . Edited 
by . , . Edinb. 1882. 

A., J. H. Joseph Henri) Allen. Signa- 
ture in the "Christ. Exam." (B.). 

A., J. K. Josejih Kinnicut Angell. Lit- 
erary property. In the " Amer. Jurist," 
Vol. 10, pp. 62-81. B. 1833. 

A., J. H. Joseph Henry Allen. Me- 
moir of Hiram Withington. B. 1849. 

A., J. Q. John Quincij Adams. The 
character of Desdemona. " Amer. 
Monthly Mag.," March, 1836, p. 210. 

A.,J. T. John Turvill Adams. Knight 
of the golden melice. N.Y. 1856. 

A., J. Y. John Yonge AJcerman. The 
stone-worsliip of the ancients, illustrated 
by tlieir coins. L. 1838. 

A., Ij. Jean Louis liodolphe Agassiz, in 
the "Christ. Exam." (B.), 1850. 

A., Li. Miss Lucy Aikin. Lines on the 
late ilonry Moore of Liskeard. " Mon. 
Mag.," XV., 147, 1803. 

A. M. Oxoniensis. Nathaniel Tilson 
Marsh. Ought or ought not the Church 

of Rome in Ireland to be disestablished'? 
... By . . . L. 1843. 

A. M. Y. Marion Pritchard. The 
prince's triumph ; or, the three riddles. 
A drama ... By . . . L. 1878. 

A. O. B. [An Old Bachelor]. Wil- 
liam Lloyd Garrison. His signature in 
the Newburyport " Herald " after his 
first contribution. 

His mother wrote to him : " You must 
write me one of your pieces, so that I can read 
it, . . . and I will give you my opinion whether 
you are an old bachelor, or whether you are an 
A. O. B., as A may stand for Ass, and O for Oaf, 
and B for Blockhead." 

A., S. T. Samuel Turell Armstrong. 
" Bible News " not correct. B. 1813. 

A., S. M. Mrs. Susan M. Alexander. 
How to study the Old Testament . . . N.Y. 

A. T. Anna Lydia Ward. 

A. T. Rev. Buchanan. A letter 

from a blacksmith, to the ministers and 
elders of the Church of Scotland. P. 1765. 

A., T. Thomas Alton. The original 
constitution of the Christian Church . . . 
By . . . Edinb. 1730. 

A., T. Gr. Thomas Gold Appleton. A 
sheaf of papers. B. 1875. 

A., T. H. E. Arthur Henry Hallam. 
Remarks on Professor Rosetti's "Dis- 
quisizioni" ... L. 1832. 

A., T. J. T. J. Arnold. The "Old 
Corrector." In "Eraser," Eebruary, 
1860, p. 176. 

A., T. K. Thomas Kerchever Arnold. 
The little boy's companion ... By . . . 
L. 1838. 

A., W. William Adam, in the " Christ. 

A., W. B. W. B. Anthony. (1) Essen- 
tial memoranda of arithmetic. Derby, 
1881. — (2) Essential memoranda of 
English history. L. 1881. 

A. W. H. Rose Terry Cooke. 

A., W. H. D. William Henry Daven- 
port Adams. (1) Animal life through- 
out the globe . . . L. 1876. — (2) Marvels 
of creation ; earth and sea. L. 1876. — 

(3) Spain and its people ... L. 1872. — 

(4) Triumplis of ancient architecture : 
Greece and Rome. L. 1866. — (5) Tri- 
umphs of modern architecture ... L. 
1866. — (6) Truths and fancies from 
fairyland ... L. 1867. — (7) Wonders 
of the vegetable world. L. 1867. 

A., W. P. William Parsons Atkinson. 
Signature in the "Christ. Exam." (B.). 

A., W. R. William ROunseville Alger. 
Signature in the "Christ. Exam." (B.). 

A., W. S. Wiltshire Stanton Austin, Jr. 
To Thaliarch. (Hor. lib. v. carm. ix.) 
In " Temple Bar," 1860-61. 


A>andL. A. and L, Shore. (1) Gemma 
of the isles, a lyrical drama ; and other 
poems. L. 1859. — (2) War lyrics . . . 
L. 1855. 

A. . Stephen Alfeston. L'Angle- 

terre : a poem. [The first of a series of 
poems in the " Cornish Mag."] 1826-27. 

A B . Jonathan 

Sivift, D.D. The seventh epistle of Hor- 
ace, imitated ... L. 1721. 

Abbie, Annt. Ahby Skinner. (1) 
Ed. Lee and Sailor Dick. B. 1866.— (2) 
Ida Wilmot. B. 1866. 

Abiezer. Adolphus Kent. A letter in 
reply to some remarks on " soul, spirit, 
and mind," etc. By . . . L. 1845. 

Abracadabra. Clarence Hopper, in his 
contributions to "Notes and Queries" (L.). 

Absent Man, An. Edward Daniel 
Clarke. Le Reveur ; or, the waking 
visions of . . . L. 1797. 

Academicus. Isaac Greenwood. A 
friendly debate ; or, a dialogue between 
. . . and Sawny [William Douglas] and 
Mundungus [IVancis Archbald] . . . about 
some late performances. B. 1722. 

Academicus. John Green, D.D. The 
principles and practices of the Methodists 
farther considered . . . Camb. 17611 

Acharius. Prof. Fredrik Vilhelm 
Scholander. Luisella, Teckningar ur 
konstnarslifvet af . . . Sthlm. 1867. 
, Achates. Thomas Pinckney. Reflec- 
tions, occasioned by the late disturbances 
in Charleston. By . . . Charleston, S.C., 

Achmet. Thomas Hall. Poems. 1792. 

Adair, Robin. Robert Adair. The hero 
of the song "Robin Adair," set to the music 
of the old Irish air of " Aileen Aroon." 

Adam. Noah Webster. In " Free- 
man's Journal." 1787. 

Adam, Onkel. Dr. Carl AntonWetter- 
berg. Traskeden Berattelse af . . . Sthlm. 

Adams, Francis. Etienne Cabet. 
Voyage et aventures de Lord William 
Carisdall en Icarie, trad, de I'angl. de . . . 
par M. Th. Dufruit. Paris, 1840. Repub- 
lished under the title, Voyage en Icarie, 
ronian philosophique et social par M. 
Cabet. Paris, 1842. 

Adjutant-General, The. W. H. H. 
Terrill. Indiana. Reports for 1861-65 
. . . Indianapolis, 1865-69. 

Adjutant-General of Rhode Island, 
The. Edward C. Mauran. Annual re- 
port of . . . for the year 1861. Provi- 
dence, 1862. 

Admonish Crime. James Cook 
Richmond. A midsummer's day-dream. 
. . . Milwaukee, 1859. 

Adrien, Robert. Adrien Charles 
Alexandre Basset. Le nouveau roman 
comique. Paris, 1845. 

Adversity Hume. Joseph Hume. 

Advocate, An. Henry Good. The 
law of Chili as to the marriage of non- 
Catholics . . , By . , . Valparaiso, 

Advocate for the Captors, The. 
Francis Henry Upton. District Court 
of the United States, Southern District 
of New York. The United States against 
the barque Empress and her cargo. In 
prize. Brief of . . . N.Y, 1862.- 

Advocate, not a SheriflF, An. George 
Paterson. Sheriff Courts of Scotland. 
Remarks ... By . . . Edinb. 1852. 

.^gles. Tobias Watkins. Letters of 
. . . Bait. 1819. 

.lEmilia Julia. Miss Emily Clarke. 
(1) Nouveaux chants d'une etrangere. 
Paris, 1859. — (2) Le prince du Leban : 
tragedie en cinq actes. Paris, 1861. — 
(3) Sapho. Paris, 1857. 

.Eolus. C. F. (?) Trufort. Origina- 
tions of words, with a digressional trea- 
tise on the scale a e i, leading to a new, 
view of the scale of colours. Paris, 

.lEsop. Mrs. Ldlie Devereux Blake. '~- 
Hypocrite ; or, sketches of American 
society. N.Y. 1§74. .^ 

Afflicted Husband, An. Hall Jack- ■^ 
son Kelley. Letters from . . . Palmer, 
Mass., 1851. 

Agaplda, Fray Antonio. Washing- 
ton Irving. Chronicle of the conquest of 
Granada, from the MSS. of . . . Paris,' 

This work is a counterfeit of Mr. Irviug's^ 
a translation of wbich, by Jean Cohen, was pub- 
lished in Paris the same year. 

Agate. Whitelaio Reid, as Washing- 
ton, correspondent of the Cincinnati 
" Commercial." 

Agatha. Mej. Rein, de Goeje te Leiden. 
Agatha's alphabet. Amst. 1868. 

Aged and Retired Citizen of Bos- 
ton, An. Harrison Gray Otis. Letter 
from ... to [William Hayden, Esq.] a 
member of the House of Representatives 
of Massachusetts ... B. 1848. 

Aged Clergyman of Massachu- 
setts, An. Rev. Jacob Norton. A " short 
and easy method " with a late writer . . . 
By . . . B. 1815. 

Aged Person, An. Sir William Blis- 
ard. Soliloquy by . . . L. 1826. 

A-ywyos. Charles William Day. Hints 
on etiquette and the usages of society. 
N.Y. 1843. 

Agricola. James And( 3cel- 



laneous observations on planting and 
training timber-trees . . . Edinb. 1777. 

Ah-Chin-le. John B. Swazei/. Some 
observations upon the civilization of the 
Western barbarians ... B. 1876. 

Or, Smyihe, John Tester. 

Ahlgren, Ernst. Mis. Victoria JBene- 
dictsson. Frau Skane. Studieraf. Sthlm. 

Aide-de-Canip, An. Sir Arthur 
Augustus Thurlow Cunynghame. An A.'s 
recollections of service in China, a resi- 
dence in Hong Kong, and visits to other 
islands in the Chinese seas. L. 1844. 

Aitiaiche. Annie T.Howells. Popular 
sayings. 1877. 

Akbur of Betlis. Sir Bichard Joseph 
SuUvan. Piiilosophical rhapsodies : frag- 
ments of . . . L. 1784-5. 

Alb. Richard Whiteirig. Living Paris 
and France. L. 1886. 

Albano. Carl August Ad/ersparre. 
Samlade smarre skizzeraf . . . Sthlm. 1849. 

Albany (N.Y.; Chamberlain. S. 
Cobb. Report to the common council 
, . . 1840-41. Albany, 1841. 

Albert. John Armstrong. The confi- 
dential letters of . . . L. 1790. 

Albert, Bessie. Mrs. Gaj/ton. 

Albert, Charles. Charles Albert Chau- 
monnot. Dissertation sur la goutte. Paris, 

Albert, Stanislaus. Stanislaus Ste- 
pkan Albert Graboushi, graf v. John Paul 
Jones : biographischer roman. Hann- 
over, 1860. 

Albini. Johann Baptist Meddlham- 
mer. Die gefahrliche tante; lustspiel 
. . . n.d. 

Alcide, baron de M * * * Alfred de 
Musset. Gamiani. Brussels, 1833. 

Alciphron. George Steevens, in " St. 
James's Chronicle" (L.), 1783. 

Alciphron. Rosina Doyle ( Wheeler') 
Lytton-Bulwer, Lady Lytton. Behind 
the scenes. L. 1854. 

Alciphron. Benjamin Theophilus 
Moore. Physics. L. 1858. 

Alciphron, "the Modern Athe- 
nian." Samuel Dickson, M.D. Physic 
and its phases ; or, the rule of right 
and wrong. By . . . L. 1837. 

Aldebaran. George Steevens. John- 
son's literary club. A list of the mem- 
bers. " Gent. Mag." for January, 1785, 
p. 8. 

Alexander of the North, The. 
Charles XII. of Sweden. 

Alfred. Alfred Domett, in Browning's 
"Guardian Angel." "A picture at 
P'ano" [in "Men and Women"]. "Al- 
fred, dear friend." L. 1855. 

Alfred. Philip Withers. A.'s appeal 
... L. 1789. 

Alfred. William Baker. Peregrina- 
tions of the mind ... L. 1811. 

Ali-Gier-Ber, Alfaki. Baron Jean 
Baptiste de Clootz. La certitude des 
preuves du Mahome'tisme . . . Par . . . 
L. 1780. 

Alic. William Alexander. 

Alice, Cousin. Mrs. Alice (Bradley 
Neal) Haven. Helen Morton's trial . . . 
N.Y. 1852. 

AU Ears et All Eyes. A. T. Des- 
quiron, de Saint Agnan. Tableau descrip- 
tif, moral, philosophique et critique de 
Londres, en 1816. Paris, 1817. 

There was already a work which bore the 
title, " The English Spy ; or, the Correspond- 
ence of My Lord All-eye and My Lord All-ear. '" 
L. 1784. 

Alland, M. Karl Marquard Sauer. 
Monsu Max : roman. In " Vierteljahrl. 

Allwill, Eduard. Friedrich Hein- 
rich Jacohi. Briefsammlung. 1781. 

AUworthy, Mr. Ralph Allen, in 
Fielding's " Tom Jones." 

All-\vorthy, Squire. Ralph Allen, in 
Fielding's " Tom Jones." 

Alma. Charlotte Mary Yonge. 

Almaviva. Clement Scott, in the 
" Musical Critic." 

Alpha. Wakefield. (1) Random 

rhymes. 1845. — (2) Tales and poetry. 

Alphera. James L. Futhey. Snatches 
of tliought. 1850. 

Alpine Traveller, An. William 
Brockedon, in " Blackwood's Mag." for 

Alsop, Tony, a late Editor of the 
^sopean Fables. Anthony Alsop. Thus 
detractingly mentioned by Dr. Bentley. 

Alton, Edmund. Bailey i^). 

Among the law-makers. N.Y. 1886. 

Alumnus, An. Josiah Quincy. A plea 
for Harvard ... By . . . B. 1849. 

Alumnus of that School, An. George 
Riplei/. The latest form of infidelity ex- 
amined. By . . . B. 1839. 

Al — w — le. Aldwinkle. — See "H — s, 

Amana. Rev. George Savage. Re- 
marks on " American Unitarianism," by 
. . . 1815. 

Amateur. George Wilder Fox. 

Amateur, An. Antoine Augustin Renou- 
ard. Catalogue de la bibliotheque d'un 
. . . Paris, 1819. 

Amateur, An. George Cleghorn. Re- 
marks on ancient and modern art . . . 
By . . . Edinb. 1838. 



Amateur, An. W. Pater son. Scenery 
and antiquities of Mid-Lothian, drawn 
and etched by . . . Edinb. 1819. 

Amateur, An. William Cawdell. A 
short account of the English concertina 
... By . . . L. 1865. 

Amateur, An. Thomas Gaffield. 
Something new under the sun. Leaf and 
fern pictures. By ... B. 1869. 

Amateur, An. Rev. Thomas Kilhy. 
Wakefield and its adjacent scenery, by 
. . . 1843. 

Amateur Angler, An. Edward 
Ilarston. An A. A.'s days in Dovedale. 
L. 188-. 

Americain, Un. Bourgeois, de la 

Rochelle. Colomb ; ou, TAmerique de- 
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Ben, Uncle. Daniel, F. Tijler. How 
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Ben Nathan, Nathan. Nathan C. 
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Bendigo. William Thompson. 

Bendo, Alexander. Bohert Carr, 
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" Benighted Irishman." William 
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Bennett, R. King. Richard Ilenrtj 

Ben.son, Carl. Charles Astor Bristed. 
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Bla, Ivar. Paul Fritz Alem/el. A 
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Blasius, Docteur. Paschal Grousset. 
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Blind Jack of Knaresborough. 
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Blind Organist, The. Cha rles Bennett. 

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Blind Poetess of Ulster, The. Miss 
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Blunt, Gregory. Thomas Pearne(l'). 
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" Boatswain " Smith. Rev. George 
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Bob, Uncle, R. W. Blew. Letters to 
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Bobbing John. John Erskine, 11th 
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Boone, Henry Ij. Henri/ Llewellijn 
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In 17"6appeared"TlieFalI of British Tyranny: 
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men of England, introduced under descriptive 
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Mansfield, " Lord Mocklaw " ; etc.; Gage figures 
as " Lord Boston." 

Boston Rebel, The. John Lowell. 

" Mr. Lowell's articles in Russell's ' Centinel,' 
over the signature of the ' The Boston Rebel,' in 
opposition to the war of the United States and 
Great Britain, were of a character the most in- 
llamrnutoi-y of any political writings of the day. 
His productions were in a highly nervous style, 
abounding in piquant philippics. His remarks 
on Madison's war, in a large pamphlet, exhibited 
the most e.\citiiig attack on the Democratic 
administration that emanated from any political 
writer. His fervid genius and rapid pen poured 
forth pamphlet after pamphlet, and column 
after column in the newspaper, replete with 
spirit and force and purpose, on the side of the 
Federal party, in warm ojjpositiou to the general 

Bostonian, A. Jolm rfenrji Gray. 
Inf()rinMti(jn upon . . . {■old water cure of 
■Germany . . . By ... B. 1844. 

Bostimian, A. WlHiinn Bentlei/ Foivle. 
Tlie schojiiist schooled ... By . . . Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1840. 

Bo'siiii, The. A'^ Hon. Gconje A. F. 
C. Bcnilnrk. 

" Liii;li»h reporters are not far behind their 
American brethren in coining political nick- 
names. The 'Pall Mall Gazette' gives some 
specimens: ' 'I'he late Mr. George Bentinck was 
always spoken of as " The Uc)'suii," from his 
affection for the sea and all that Moats thereon; 
Lord Henry Lenno.v's postnrings made liis sobri- 
<}uet, " Miss Lennox," particularly ap|iroj)riatc; 
Lord Beauchain]), when he sat in the Lower 
House as the Hon. F. Lygon, was '• Miss Fanny " ; 
Lord ICIcho, now Karl of Wemyss, was invested 
•with the title "Cool of the Kvening," so smil- 
ingly complacent was ho in his corner seat below 
the gangway; " Batavian Grace" fitted Mr. 
Beresford-IIope " like :\ glove"; the son of an 
eminent — a very eminent — statesman was 
known in the gallery as " The Cub." ' " 

BoswoU. \V. J>. Johnson. Tiie lives 
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Lord Murray. Bottom's .song- [on tiie 
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Bourgeois de Ne\v Haven, I'n. M. J. 
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de I'Amerique Septentrionale, 7)ar un 
citoyen de Virginic [Mazzc'i], avec 
quatre lettres d' . . . Sur runitc' de la 
legislation . . . et d'aufres r('fiexions . . . 

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Bounce, Thomas, Driver of the 
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Boy Author, The. Alfred Paxson 
Brotherhead. . y 

Braeme, Charlotte M. Bertha mY 
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Bram^vald, Theodore. George Kent. 

Brand, Liouls. Louisa Bigg. PaUsies 
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Brass, Sir Robert. Robert Walpole, 
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Breval, Jules de. Albert Glcr. Maz- 
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Brewster, Wrestling. 3Ls. Af. H. 
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Breliat, Alfred do. Alfred Gue'^enec. 
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Brick, Cleorge Washington. John 
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Briclc. Richard. ./. Duncan. 

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Bridges, 3Iadcline. Mary Ainge De 

Brierwood, Frank. iMiss Mabel 

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L. 1803. 

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Britannicus. />'. RIchings. A letter 
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Britannicus. C. A. Ward. Our in- 
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Britanno-Hibernus, W. W. Henri/. 
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British American, A. Oxenhridge 
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Britisli Author, A. Sir Arthur 
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British Canadian, A. Henr/i James 
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British Cicero, The. William Pitt, 
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British aiinister, The. F. ./. Jack- 
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By William Coleman, editor of the New 
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British Observer, Tlie. William 
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letters on Catholic affairs, in " Cobbett's 
Register," in the years 1804-6. 

I5ritisli Officer, A. Rev. William 
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British Officer, lately returned 
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Brittanicus. Thomas Brittain. Half 
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Brn, J — y. Mrs. Jennij Odmann. Bru- 
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Broad Bottom, A. P. D. Stanhope, 
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Broderick, Mark. Mrs. E. S. L. 

Broker, A. H. M. Guillemard. The 

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By . . . L. 1877. 

Brook, Antonie. Johanna Antonie 
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Brook, Fanshaw'^e. Fanni/ Susan 
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Brooke, C. Miss E. Nesbit. Signa- 
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Brooltsby. C. Pennell-Elmhirst, in 
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Bro\vn, Mrs. George Rose. The go- 
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Bro'tvn, Jimmy. William L. Alden. 
The adventures of ... ; written by him- 
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First appeared in " Harper's Young Peo- 

Brown, Jones, and Robinson. 

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Browne, Henry. Henri/ Ellison. 
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Browne, Phillis. A. G. Payne. Sunny 
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N.Y. 1884. 

Bro^vnius, Johannes, A.M. Sir 
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Bruin. ,/. F. C. Adams. The bal- 
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Light-house Lige ; or, Osceola. Liglitning^ 
Jo. Old Grizzly. Old Zip. The young 
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Bniu Barnow, Ida v. Ida Brunsig, 
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Bruuefille, G. E. Lady Colin Camp- 

Bruno, J. Joseph Bruno, Graf von 
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Leii>zig, 1842. 

Bruuo, Tliomas. Thomas Brown. 

Brush aiaker. The. Thomas Consta- 
ble. A rod for scorpions ; an eds^ed tool 
for fools ; and information for children ; 
being a summary account of ... 's ram- 
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Bruto Inglese, II. '' John Wilkes. 
Boswell wrote as follows to Wilkes in a 
letter, dated Rome, April 22, 1765: — 

" In the Italian gazettes they have thought prop- 
er to give you the epithet of 'II BrJito Inglese.' 
Bruto in Italian may signify either ' Brutua ' or 
' ugly ' ; and you must know it is disputed be- 
tween your friends and your enemies, whether 
the epithet ought to he translated ' the Enlf^litsh; 
Brutus,' or ' the ugly EnglisKraan.' " 




Brutus, Marcus. Benjamin Pollard. 
Under this signature he addressed, in part, 
a series of letters to Madison. 

Buchanan, Williams. Robert Wil- 
liams Buchanan. This and " B." are his 
signatures to poetry in " Temple Bar," 
and " R. W. B." to prose articles. 

Bucke, Wyl. Joseph Hasleivood. Wyl 
Bucke ; his Testament. L. 1827. 

Buckeye, A. Samuel Sullivan Cox. 
A buckeye abroad ; or, wanderings in 
Europe and in tlie Orient. N.Y. 1852. 

Builder, The. Stanford White. — See 
"Puritan, The." 

Bulgarian, The. F. D. Millet. — See 
"Puritan, The." 

Bull. Henry St. John., 1st Viscount 
Bolingbroke. — See " Ox." 

Bull, William, Gent. William Keate. 
The address of ... to W. Pool, Esq., 
steward of the manor of Bishops- White- 
lands, in the south part of Great Britain. 
Bath, 1790. 

Bun. D. B. Sheahan. 

Bunde, John, Jr. Thomas Qogan. 
John Buncle, junior. Gentleman. [Es- 
says.] ■ Dublin, 1776. 

Bungey, the Tow'ring High- 
Church Pope. Dr.Henrij Saclieverell. — 
See " Hermodactyl," etc. 

Burgher-Seceder in Glasgow, A. 
William Smith. Peace and unity recom- 
mended . . . in a letter from ... to an 
Anti-burgher . . . Glasgow, 1766. 

Burk, W. Soame Jenijns. Histoire 
des colonies europecnncs dans I'Ame'rique, 

traduite de I'anglais (par Eidous). 


Burliabled, Le prince. Paul Jones. 

Bursar of the College, A. Rev. 
Cliarles Roger. A true account of the 
regulation and management of the foun- 
dation bursaries of the United College, 
St. Andrews ... By . . . St. Andrews, 

Burton, Mrs. Mrs. Constance Cary 


Butler of Brasenose College, The. 
J. Briar. Brasenose ale : a collection of 
verses annually presented on Shrove 
Tuesday, by . . . Boston, Lincolnshire, 
1878. Ward, Thomas Humphrey (01. 
Socius}, editor. 

Butt, Nathan. John Gait. The radi- 
cal .. . By . . . L. 1832. 

Buxton, Daniel. Mrs. Poidtney Bige- 
loiv. The Madison's butler in "Lippin- 
cott's " for May, 1887. 

Buzz, Bumblerry. George Ediuard 
Rice and Jolin Jlenry Warland. Ephem- 
era. B. 1852. 

Byles, Growley. William Makepeace 
Thackeray. The Westminster Hall ex- 
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Byrnne, Fairfax. Aliss Brooke. 

Byron. Peleg Sturtevant. Whippoor- 
will, orandalic. Hudson, N.Y., 1825. 

Bystander, A. Bay ford. Obser- 
vations upon a letter by the Rev. John 
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upon certain errors of the Antinomian 
kind ... L. 1818. 


C, Dexter Clapp, in the "Christ. 

C Henrii Column, in the " Christ. 
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C. Leonard If (7oi»Vne//, in "Mae- 
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C. William Elhry Channing. Chris- 
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C. N. Crosland. The Eltliam tragedy 
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C. Carl XV., late king of Sweden. 
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C. Francis llingslon. Essay on friend- 
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First Gentleman of Europe. George 

Fisher, Jonas. James Carnegie, Earl 
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Fiske, Fidelia. Mary Lyon. 

Fiscario. Sidney Godolphin, Earl of 

Fitzgibbon, Edward. William Ayr- 
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By . . . L. 1856. 

Five Clergj^men. John Barrow, D.D., 
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" Five of Clubs." Richard A. Proctor. 
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Fjalar. Carl Ludviq Ostergren. Dik- 
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Flanner, Abbie. Ellen A. F. Camp- 

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Florence. Mrs. Frances Sargent 
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Florentia. Miss Buller. Pol- 

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Florio. William Ellis, of Christ 




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This iu " I. and P." is aBcribecI to Dr. William 
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Florry. J. Frank Kernan. Eeminis- 
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York and Brooklyn . . . N.Y. 1885. 

Floyd, Margaret. Margaret Crosby. 
Passages froiTi the journal of a social 
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Foaming Fudge. Henry Peter, 
Lord Brougham and Vaux, in Disraeli's 
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Fontanelle. Anne, Queen of England. 

Footman, A. Daniel Defoe and 
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Foreign Protestant, A. Rev. Archi- 
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Forge of "Vulcan. Leon N. Salmon. 
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Former Member of the University 
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An American tract for the times . . . By 
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Forrester, Mrs. Mrs. Colonel 

Bridges. Author of " Viva," " Mignon," 

Forrester, Fanny. Mrs. Emily 
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Forty Years' Cultivator of the 
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Foucher, Paul. Victor Marie Hugo. 
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This first drama of Hugo, under the name of 
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Foul-weather Jack. Commodore 
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Four Years' Resident, A. James 
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Fox, Bitha. Mrs. William Rey- 
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Francis, George. George Francis 
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Francisco, Don. Francis Charteris. 
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Franco, Harry. Charles F. Briggs. 
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Frangois, Un. Jean Bernard Le 
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Frank. James Redder. 1876. 

Frank, Paul. Oscar Paul.- 1858. 

Franklin, Benjamin. L'Abbe Andre 
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Frater Jocundus. Wilhelm Miiller. 
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Freeholder, A. Sir James Campbell, 
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Freeholder, A. Alexaiider Carlyle, 
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Freeholder, A. William Wagstaffe, 
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Freeholder North of Trent, A. 
William Hutchinson, Esq. Letters ad- 
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Freeholder of Corqw^all, A. Fran- 
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Freeholder of Lieicester, A. Bev. 
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Freeholder of the County of Sur- 
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Freeman, Dr. James Russell Endean. 
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Freeman, Mrs. Sarah Jennings, the 
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Freeman of the Colony of Connec- 
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Freese, Arthalis. Laura (Freese) 

French Minister, The. Pierre Auguste 
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French Missionary, A. The Abb^ 
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French Oflficer, A. Charles de Saint 
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Frere, Alice M. Mrs. Godfrey Clerk. 
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By . . . L. 1870. 

Friend, A. William Harper. Advice 
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Friend, A. Peregrine Bingham. The 
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Friend, A. Mrs. Hannah F. Lee. 
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Friend in the Country, A. George 
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upon the present state of our affairs. In 
a letter . . . from ... L. 1739. 

Friend in the North, A. Ebon C. 
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Friend of Domestic Industry, A. 

Caleb Gushing. Summary of the practi- 
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Friend of India, A. Frederick John 
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By . . . L. 1852. 

Friend of that College, A. John 
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Friend of the Author, A. Alexander 
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Friend of the Author, A. James 
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Friend of the Christian E.x;aminer, 
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Friend of the Clergy, A. Jonathan 
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Deism . . . will necessarily terminate. 
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Friend of the Established Church, 
A. Rev. Frederick Toll. A plain and 
proper answer to the question, " Why 
does not the Bishop of Clogher . . . resign 
his preferments . . . ?" By . . . L. 1753. 

Friend of the People, A. Henry 
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Letters to the queen on the state of the 
monarchy. By ... L. 1838. 

Friend of 'Truth, A. Rev. Elisha 
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dialogue concerning the divine ordinance 
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Friend of Truth and Peace, A. 
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questions on the nature ... of Gospel- 
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Friend to Candour and Truth, A. 
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Also ascribed to Stephen Jones. 

Friend to Consistency, A. James 
W//att. A comparative view of the 
opinions of Mr. .James Boaden (editor of 
the " (Jracle ") in February, March, and 
April, 1705, and of James Boaden, Esq., 
(author of "Eontainville Forest,'' and of 
a " Letter to George Steevens, Esq.") in 
February, 1796, relative to Shakespeare 
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Friend to Female Beauty, A. 
Richard Russell. War witli the senses; 
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Friend to Ministers, A. Allen Wile!/. 

In 183-4 and 1835 he wrote a series of articles, 
which appeared in the " Western Christian Ad- 
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Friend to Order, A. ./. Somerville. 

A reply to the speeches of Dr. Chalmers 
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Friend to Religious and Civil Lib- 
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expedient for terminating the present de- 
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Friend to the Clergy, A. <See- 

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Friend to the Constitution, A. 
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British constitution explained . . . L. 1792. 

Friend to the Nation, A. John Wynn 
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Friend to the Navy, A. Mahlon 
Dickerson. Correspondence . . . touching 
the South Sea exploring expedition . . . 
N.Y. 1838. 

Friend to the Principles of that 
Work, A. Rev. Joseph Holden Pott, M.D. 
Remarks on two particulars in a refuta- 
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Friend to Truth, A. J. Dodds. The 
Church of England: is she the true church, 
or the prostitute of Babylon 1 A letter 
to Robert Mackenzie Beverley, occasioned 
by the publication of " The Tombs of 
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Friend to Truth, A. Joseph Ecl-leif. 
Divine glory brought to view, in the con- 
demnation of the ungodly . . . By . . . 
B. 1782. 

Friend to Truth, A. Albert Radicati, 
Count de Passeran. A philosophical dis- 
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Friend to Truth and Liberty, A. 

Josiah Owen. Remarks on two charges : 
delivered by the Bishop of L[ichfiel]d 
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clergy of his diocese . . . By ... L. 1738. 

Friend to Truth and the Present 
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Fleming. Remarks upon the life of John, 
Duke of Argyle ... L. 1745. 

Friend to Youth, A. William Pinnock. 
A catechism of chronology. L. 1821. 

Allibone says he gained an enduring reputa- 
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A writer in a recent number of the Athenseum 
says, " Some of the papers have cruelly said he 
was the autlior of the ' Catechisms ' which had 
begun to appear before he was born." 

Friend Unknown, A. Jolm Hunifreg. 
A paper to William Penn, at the departure 
of that gentleman to his territory . . . By 
... L. 1700. 

Friend, vi'ho is lately deceased, A. 
Anne Frg. — See " F., A." 

Friendly, Aunt. Mrs. Sarah S. (Tut- 
hill) Baker. (1) Barton Todd. By . . . 
N.Y. 18(50. — (2) The children on the 
plains/ By... N.Y. I860. — (3) The 
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Frimousse. R. Toche. Les premieres 
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Fritz. A. Smith. 1873. 

Fritze, Ernst. Luise Reinhardt. Cari- 
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Frivillig, En svensk. Oscar von 
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Frolich, Herr. Thomas William Mar- 
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Froth, Abraham. Arthur Charlett. 
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Funny Man of " The Times," The. 
William L. Alden. 

Fuster, Colonel Cranberry. Charles 
Astor Brtsted. A letter from ... to Jef- 
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Fuzzy Guzzy, William Henry Bur- 



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G. Samuel Gilman, D.D., in the 
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G. John M. Gait. The annexation of 
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G. Leonard Withington. The bird's 

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G. Edxard Collins Giddi/. Loss of 
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G. C. J. M. Gwinn. Miles's De Soto,, 




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G. William Oldys. Various lives in 
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G., A. Agnes Giber ne. (1) Among 
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G., A. Alfred Greenough. Baccalau- 
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G., A. Alexander Gardner. Morisoni- 
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G., A. T. Albert T. Gellerstedt. Dikter 
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G., B. Benjamin Grosvenor,D.D. Some 
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G., B. A. Benjamin Apthorp Gould, Jr. 
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_G. B. O. D. These letters were adopted 
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various Paris periodicals. The letters, 
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G. C. William Coward. Absalon et 
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"G. C," The [The Grand Cordon]. 
Victor Cheralle'i de Riruz. "The Queen" 
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G., C. E. H. Charles Edivard H. Ges- 
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G., C. F. Mrs. Catherine Frances 
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G., K. of C. George Mackenzie, Earl 
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G., E. B. Edward Burnahy Greene. 
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tX G., E. S. Ezra Stiles Gannett, D.J). 

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G., F. B. P\ B. Gardera. Le lecteur 
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G., G. Genrg Golhc, a Swedish author. 

G., G. af. Gustaf af Geijerstam, a 
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G., G. W. George Washington Greei'ie. 

(1) In the "Christ. Exam."— (2) Transla- 
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G., Gustaf. Gustaf Gullberg, a Swe- 
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G., H. Henry Giles, in the " Christ. 

G., H. Rev. Henry Gregory. — See 
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G., H.F. Hannah Flagg Gould. (1) 
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G., H. S. H. S. Grosvenor. Aunt Sa- 
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G., J. B. James Bradstreet Greenough. 
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G., John. .Tohn Garneit. Seaman's 
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G. M. B. [Green Mountain Boy]. Henry 
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G., R. Richard Gough. (1) Account 
of a rich illuminated missal executed for 
John, Duke of Bedford, etc. L. 1794. — 

(2) British topography. . . L. 1780. — 

(3) The customs of the Israelites; trans, 
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view of the family of Oliver Cromwell 
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G., R., Jun. Richard Gough. The 
history of tlie Bible. Translated from 
tlio French. L. 1747. 

A .juvenile production — lie wjis only twelve 
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Only twenty-five copies were printed. 

G., S. Samuel Gihnan, D.D., in the 
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G., W. IF. Greene. Calhoun's report 
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G.; W. William Greene. "The Fish- 
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G., W. Wayne Gridley. Slavery in 
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1843, p. 1. — (5) Life and correspond- 
ence of Thomas Arnold, D.D. " Westm. 
Rev.," December, 1844, p. 3G3. — (6) The 
outbreak of August in the manufactur- 
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1842, p. 3U1. — (7) Resources of an in- 
creasing population. " Westm. Rev.," 
July, 1843, p. 101. — (8) The slave 
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p. 486. 

G D. George Daniel. Cumber- 

laiid's British theatre... By... L. 

O — n. Ezra Shaiu Goodwin, D.D., in 
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G — y, Mr. J — s. James Graij. The 
naked truth, in two letters ; the first 
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G . . . G . • . The dramatical contribu- 
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Gaffet, parfuiueur dlstillatevir de 
Paris. Charles Yves Cousin d'Accdon. 

Galltziiie, Prince Dmitry. D. Mou- 
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Gall, Franz Joseph. Th. F. Kaje- 
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Gait, Christopher Columbus. J. 
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Gambado, Geoffrey, Riding Master. 
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Gardwell, Godek. — See " Goodwell, 

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Gaudentio di Lucca, Signor. Simon 
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Gautier, Pierre Jules Theophile. — 
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Gay, Joseph. .John Durant de Breval. 
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General of the Salvation Army, 
The. William Booth. Salvation sol- 
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General Officer, A. Lieut.- Gen. John 
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General Superintendent of Freed- 
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Gentle Shepherd. George Grenville. 
So called in debate by William Pitt, Earl 
of Chatham. 

Gentleman, A. Rev. John Disney. A 
compendious history of the . . . Refor- 
mation ... in England . . . By ... L. 

Gentleman, A. James Hogg. Tlie 
covenants of redemption and grace dis- 
played in some questions sent by ... to 
a reverend and pious minister of this 
church . . . Edinb. 1707. 

Gentleman, A. Hugh Williamson, 
Description of the-settlement of the Gen& 
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of letters from ... to his friend. N.Y. 
1799. . 

Gentleman, A. Nathanael Hooke. A 
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Gentleman, A. William Hanway. 
Poems upon several occasions, chiefly 
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Gentleman, A. William Hayes. Re- 
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try. L. 1753. 

Gentleman, A. Alhan Butler. Re- 
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late lives of the popes [by Archbishop 
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Gentleman, A. Thomas Sherlock, D.D. 
Remarks upon [Hoadly] tlie Lord Bishop 
of Bangor's treatment of the clergy and 
convocation. By ... L. 1717. 

Gentleman, A. George Sewell, M.D. 
The resigners vindicated ; or, the defec- 
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Gentleman, A. Bichard Gardiner. 
September : a rural poem . . , By . . . 
L. 1780. 

Gentleman, A. Daniel Defoe. A 
tour throuijh the whole island of Great 
Britain. By . . . 3d ed. L. 1742. 

Gentleman, A. Browne Willis. The 
whole duty of man ... By . . . L. 1717. 
Gentleman at Paris, A. Lewis Gold- 
smith. The secret history of the court 
and cabinet of St. Cloud ... L. 1806. 

Gentleman authorized to investi- 
gate the Commerce of that Country 
vi^ith Great Britain, A. N. Brooke, 
M.D. Observations on the mannel's and 
customs of Italy ... By . . . Bath, 1798. 
Gentleman conversant on the Sub- 




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of physic ... By . . . Edinb. 1787. 

Gentleman educated at Yale Col- 
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New London, Conn., 174-3. 

Gentleman Here, A. John 31acki/, 
(1) A journey through England. In 
familiar letters from ... to his ' friend 
abroad ... L. 1724. — (2) A journey 
through Scotland ... L. 1723. 

Gentleman in Boston, A. Joseph 
Tuckennan, D.D. An essay on the wages 
paid to females for their labour, in the 
form of a letter from ... to his friend in 
Philadelphia. B. 1830. 

Gentleman in Edinburgh, A. Dun- 
can Forbes. Copy of a letter from ... to 
his friend in the country, upon the sub- 
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Gentleman in France, A. J. B. 
Paris de Meyzieu. Bibliotheca Farisiana : 
a catalogue of a collection of books 
formed by . . . L. 1791. 

Gentleman in India, A. Eijles Irwin. 
St. Thomas's mount : a poem. Wi'itten 
by . . . L. 1774. 

Gentleman in London, A. William 
Hayes, Mus. Doc. Remarks on Mr. 
Avison's essay on musical expression . . . 
By . . . L. 1753. 

Gentleman in Scotland, A. William 
Logan. A letter to an English member 
of Parliament, from . . . concerning the 
slavish dependencies, etc. Edinb. 1721. 

Gentleman in Scotland, A. Francis 
Doittjlds. Observations on the Douglas 
cause in general ... In a letter . . . from 
... L. 1708. 

Gentleman in Search of a Man- 
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Gentleman in the City, A. }fartin 
Strony. An essay on tiio usefulness 
of mathematical learning. In a letter 
from ... to his friend in Oxford. Oxf. 

Also ascribed to John Arbuthnot. 

Gentleman in the Country, A. John 
Perceral, 2d Earl of Egmont. An occa- 
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the town ... L. 1749. 

Gentleman in the Country, A. 
Allan Logan. Queries upon tlie over- 
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Gentleman in the Country, A. 
Adam Ferguson, LL.D. Remarks on a 
pamphlet lately published hy Dr. Price 
... L. 177G. 

Gentleman in the Eastern Part of 
said Colony, A. Benjamin Gale. The 
present state of the colony of Connecti- 
cut considered. In a letter from . . . 
n.p. 1755. 

Gentleman Independent of Party, 
A. Woodmass. The j)olitical salva- 
tion of Great Britain by means entirely 
new ... L. 1797. 

Gentleman, late of Trinity College, 
A. James Ayr es. Sancho at com"t; or, 
the mock governor : an opera-comedy 
. . . Written by ... L. 1742. 

Gentleman lately Restored from 
threatning Sickness, A. Cotton Mather. 
Small offers towards the service of the 
tabernacle in the wilderness ... B. 1689. 

Gentleman of Cambridge, A.B., A. 
Rev. John Diincomhe. 

The author of " several letters in ' The Con- 
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Gentleman of Connecticut, A. 

Lemuel Hopkins, M.D. The Democratiad. 
P. 1796. 

I followed " Sabin " in " I. and P." in ascrib- 
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Gentleman of Ireland, A. John 
Monck Mason. Remarks upon Povning's 
law ... By . . . Dublin, 1758. 

Gentleman of Lincoln's Inn, A. 
Philip Carteret Webb. The question 
whether a Jew born within the British 
dominions was before the making the 
late act of Parliament a person capable 
by law to purchase and liold lands to 
him and his iieirs, fairly stated . . . By 
... L. 1753. 

Gentleman of Manchester, A. 
Thomas Prrcival, M.D. Observations 
and reflections on the late earthquake, 
or, more properly called an airquake . . . 
By . . . n.p. 1777. 

Gentleman of Massachusetts, A. 
Samuel Fjheridqe. Tiie Christian orator 
... By ■ . • B. 1818. 

Gentleman of New York, A. Wash- 
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'iliomas Campbell . . . [with] biographi- 
cal sketch ... P. 1815. 

Not William Irving. 

Gentleman of Oxford, A. Daniel 
Bellamy, the Elder. The Cambro-Britan- 
nic engineer ... a mock-heroic poem . . . 
By . .'. 1722. 

Gentleman of Oxford, A. John 
Leake. The scholar's manual ... By 
... L. 1733. 

Gentleman of Oxford, A. Rev. 
Charles Richard Powys. The tablet of 
Ceres ; or, a picture of human life : a 




A. Sir 
a poem 
. . . L. 


poem, copied from the Greek of Cebes 
the Theban. By . . . Oxf. 1759. 

Gentleman of Oxford, A. WiUiam 
Collins. Verses humbly addressed to 
Sir Thomas Flanmer on his edition of 
Shakespeare. By . . . 1743. 

Gentleman of Scotland, A. James 
Boswell. An ode to tra<^edy. By . . . 
Edinb. 1761. 

Gentleman of Shropshire, A. 

Woodforde. Sentiments on eloquence, in 
a letter ... By . . . L. 1795. 

Gentleman of South Carolina, A. 
Henri/ Putnam. A description of Bruns- 
wick in letters. By ... to a friend in 
that State. Brunswick, 1820. 

Gentleman of Stirling, A. 

Main or Mayne. Stirling: a satirical 
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Gentleman of that Country, A. 
Archibald Campbell, D.D. Queries to the 
Presbyterians of Scotland. By ... L. 

Gentleman of the Army, 
Richard Steele. The procession : 
on Her Majesty's funeral. Bv 

Gentleman of the Bar, A. 
Doiimes. Observations on tlie speech of 
the Eight Honourable J. Eoster . . . By 
... L. 1799. 

Gentleman of the College, A. W. 
Paget. The humours of the Fleet . . . 
By . . . L. 1749. 

Gentleman of the Faculty, A. 
Thomas Hayes. 1784. 

P. Hayes in "I. and P." ia wrong. 

Gentleman of the Inner Temple, A. 
Sir Bartholomew Shower. The compleat 
English copyholder; or, a guide to lords 
of manors, etc. By ... In the Savoy, 

Gentleman of the Inner Temple, A. 
William Bohun. The practising attorney 
... By . . . L. 1737. 

Gentleman of the Middle Temple, 
A. Henry Barnes. Notes of cases in 
points of practice . . . By ... L. 1741. 

Gentleman of the Middle Temple, 
A. John Banks. A short critical review 
of the life of Oliver Cromwell. By . . . 
L. 1739. 

Gentleman of the Temple, A. Pdch- 
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Trinity College in Cambridge ... By 
... L. 1710. 

Gentleman of the Temple, A. Ar- 
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alleged against Dr. Rundle's promotion 
to the see of Gl[ocester] . .-. considered 
. . . By . . . L. 1734. — (2) Some further 
considerations on the reasons alledged 

against Dr. Bundle's promotion to the 
see of Glocester . . . By ... L. 

Gentleman resident at Paris, A. 

Lewis Goldsmith. The Revolutionary 
Plutarch ... L. 1804. 

Gentleman who was present at the 
Conferences, A. Dr. Samuel Chandler. 
The two conferences held on Feb. 7 and 
13, 1734-5, at the Bell tavern in Kicholas- 
lane . ". By. . . L. 1735. 

Gentlemen in the County, Clergy- 
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Gentlew^oman in the Country, A. 
Mrs. Katherine Willis. A letter from . . . 
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L. n.d. 

Geordie, Emperor of Gotham. 
George III., King of England. — See 
" Curt-his, Sir William." 

Georg. - Carl Georg Starbdch. Gud 
och guld. Beriittelse af. Sthlm. 1853. 

George. George Cavan. 1841. 

George, F. W. George Frederick 
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1858 exhibited under this pseudonym. 

Georgia Huntsman, A. Maj. W. 
R. Remhert. The Georgia bequest. Mano- 
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Gerald. Erasmus Henry Brodie. 
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Gerard, diaries Yves Cousin d'Ava- 
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Gerard, Claude. Mrs. Aurora Lovisa 
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Gerard, E. D. Mrs. v. Laszouski. 
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German Plato. Friedrich Heinrich 

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Gibbons, Lee. William Bennett. The 
cavalier. — The king of the peak. — 
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Also ascribed to Thomas Roscoe, Jr. 

Giddy, Davies. Davies Gilbert. A 
plain statement of the bullion ques- 
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L. 1811. 

Gift, Theo. Mrs. Dora Henrietta 
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Glacier, Gregory, Gent. l ^ - ^'^^ ^Blau- 




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Glaucus. Edwin T. Freedley. Oppor- 
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Gnimelf, Rednaxela, A.M. Alex- 
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Gohren, Caroline v. Caroline {Grape) 
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Goran. Paul Fritz Menrjel. A Swed- 
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Goldy. Oliver Goldsmith. So called 
by Dr. .loiinson. 

Good Natur'd Well^vishe^, Doc- 
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Defense de Milord Bolingbrocke. Ber- 
lin, 1751. 

Goodwell, Godek. Horace Greeley. 
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<ioose, Mother. Mrs. Ellzahdh (Fos- 
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ThiH iti probably right, and that in " I. and P." 

Gothanilte, A. Col. Thomas Pir.ton. 
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by . . . L. 1869. 

Gotthelf, Jeremlas, Jr. Samuel Ha- 
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Gottlieb, W. Comte Guillaume Pirutus 
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"Gov." Col. John A. Godfrey. Rhymed 
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Grace, Batavian. Alexander James 
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Grace, Eliza. Mrs. Katharine Byer- 
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Graduate of Cambridge, A. Philip 
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coUecta. By . . . and editor of the " The- 
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Graduate of Oxford, A. William 
Charles Toionsend. The dawn of free- 
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Graduate of Oxford, A. .James Py- 
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Graduate of the University of Mat- 
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Grafton, Maud. Mrs. Graff. 

Gragg, Agnes. Mrs. A. H. Blaisdell. 
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Graham, J. Arthur Stevens, in his con- 
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Graham, Maria. Lady Maria Dun- 
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j holy triad . . . Jah : Baal Peor, the Syr- 
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This I find in the British Museum Catalogue: 
"The Grand High Friest," A. F. Chapman, — 
evidently the same thing — I do not know where 
Ifoundit. — W. C. 

Grand Corrupter. Robert Walpole, 
Earl of ( >rford. 

Grand High Priest of the Grand 
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B. 1873. 

Grand Master, The. John L. Lewis, 
Jr. Memoir and eulogy of Elisha K. 
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A. M., in the State of New York, Jime 
5, 1857 ; together with the opening ad- 
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Grand Vizier, The. Rt. Hon. George 
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Grandison Cromwell. Marie Jean 
Paul lioch Yves Gilbert Motier La Fayette. 




Grane, Valfrid. Mrs. Signd {Lid- 
berg) Vinell, a Swedish novelist. 

Grant, Parson. Rev. Daniel Nash, in 
Cooper's " The Pioneers." 

Gray, Barry. Robert Barry Coffin. 
My married life at Hillside. N.Y. 1865. 

Gray, Herbert. Henri/ Schtifz Wilso7i. 

Gray, Lady Jane. George Keate. An 
epistle from ... to Lord Guilford Dudley 
... L. 1762. 

Gray, Rosalie. Mrs. D. H. Mann. 
Little soldier. N.Y. 1880. 

Graybeard, A. Brijan Waller Proc- 
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Great Big Fool, A. John Bnrle// 
Waring. The English nlphabet consid- 
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... By . . . L. 1870. 

Great Commoner, The. William 
Pitt, Earl of Chatham. 

Great Commoner, The. Henrij 

Great Duke. Arthur Wellesley, Duke 
of Wellington. 

Great Expounder, The. Daniel 

Greatest Hypoci-ite in His Majes- 
ty's Dominions, The. Alexander Wed- 
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to . . . [By . . .] L. 1794. 

Greene. Tench Coxe. Strictures upon 
the letter imputed to Mr. Jefferson, ad- 
dressed to Mr. Mazzei. n.p. 1800. 

Greenliat, Sir Humphrey. Sir Am- 
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Gi'eenhorn. George Tliompson. 

Green^vay, Grandfather. Charles 
James Cannon. Ravellings from the web 
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Greenwood, Grace. Sara Jane 
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and authorsliip. In " Greenwood Leaves." 
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Contains: Poems and sketches. — A call for 
a convention of authors, at FaneuU Hall, to dis- 
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J. G. W. [John Greenleaf Wliittier], pp. 2S3- 
285. — A touching incident. B3' J. R. O. [./oseph 
R. Chandler], pp. 285-287. — To a voung poet. 
By W. C. B. [ William CuUen Bryant] , pp. 287, 
288. — A tale of horror. By E. A. P. [Edgar 
Allan Pop( ?) ] , pp. 288-291. — A song. By G. P. 
M. [Georqc P. Morr'n^]. pp. 291, 292. — Poet- 
drearas. By F. G. H [Fitz- Green Halleck], 
pp. 292, 293. - Letter from the author of " Ty- 
pee " [Herman Melville], pp. 294-296. — A 
Bketch. By N. P. W. [Nathaniel Parker Wil- 
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ByH. W. L. [Henri/ Wadsmorth^Lonr/felloio], 
pp. 298-300. — Apollo in America. By O.W.H. 
[OUver Wendell /ToZmesC?)], pp. 300-302. — Let- 
ter from New York. By L. M. C. [Lydia Maria 
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By P. S. O. [Frances Sargent Osgood], pp. 304, 
305. — A fragment. By L. H. S. [Lydia Huntly 
Sigourney], pp. 305, 306. — A tale from the Bur- 

mese. By P. F. [Fanny Fern (pseud.). Sarah 
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Grey, Oliver. Thomas Townley. An 
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Grey, William. William F. White. 
A picture of pioneer times in California 
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Grey-Eyed Man of Destiny, The. 
William Walk-er. 

Grievous, Petei', Junr. Joseph Hop- 
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the redoutable " Peter Porcupine "... 
P. 1796. 

Griffin, The. R. Swain Gifford. — 
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Griggs, W. Stephenson. Miss F. 
Mabel Robinson. Irish history for Eng- 
lish readers. L. 1886. 

Grinimus, Jodocus, Aviculse nos- 
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. . . selectam admixtis subinde nonnullis, 
m gratiam -Pidchrioris tiexus, vernaculis, 
subjunxet ... L. 172-. 

Grindstone, Gaffer, Esq., of Hun- 
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order of the awl and thimble. A poem. 
By . . . Montrose, 1817. 

Grip, Halvor. Johan Nordling. Dolce 
far niente. Sthhn. 1884. 

Griiber, Lud'wig. Ludwig Anzengru- 
ber. Fehlraiu und waldweg . . . Stutt- 
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Grumble, Alexander. Forest. 

One of his signatures in the "St. James's 

Guardian, A. Nassau William Senior. 
Remarks on the opposition '^^ the Poor 
Law Amendment Bill. By... L. 1841. 

Guarnerius, Tobias, Jr. Charles 
P alt on Dimitry. 

Guernsey Slilitia Officer, A. Capt. 
W. H. Buliol 3Joulson. The Channel 
Islands militia ... By . . . Guernsey, 

Gunson, Gamaliel. Aaron'Hill. 

Guthrie, James. R. Johnson. 1737. 

GAvinet, Ambrose. Isaac Bicker- 
staffe. The life and strange . . . voyages 
and adventures of . . . Written by him- 
self. L. 1770. 

G\A'ynfryu. Olive Thome Miller. 

Friends in fur and feathers. By ... L. 

Gvvynne, Francis. Henry Martyn, in 
" Her title of Honour. By Holme Lee." 

Gyp. La Comtesse de Martel-Mira- 
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H. Frederic Henry Hedge, D.D., in 
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JFI. Thomas Wentworth Hlqq'mson, in 
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H. Alonzo Hill, D.D., in the " Christ. 

H. Frederic Dan Huntington, in the 
" Christ. Exam." 

H. M. G. M. Hammond. (1) Athenian 
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(9) Mines of California. " Southern 
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H. Rev. Robert Stephen Huicker. The mole in Cornwall : a morality from 
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H., I>r. Hother Hakon Viggo Tolder- 
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H., A. Anthoni/ Horneck. The Sermon 
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L. 1706. 

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H. B. John Doyle. (1) I'olitical 
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H. B. George Steevens. Curious head 
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" Gent. Mag.," June, 1782, p. 276. 

H. B. C. Benjamin Hall Kennedy. 
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H., C. Gharles Hudson, in the " Christ. 
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H. C, Esq. Samuel William Henry 
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H., C. F. Mrs. Gecil Frances (Humph- 
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H. D. Richard Gough. Rowlie's 
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H., E. Edivard Hawarden. (1) 
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H., E. A. Ethan Allen Hitchcock. 
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H., E. G. Elihu G. Holland, in the 
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H., E. J. E. J. Hasell. Browning's 
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H., E. S. Elizabeth Still Pearsall,. 
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H., F. Franz Hartmann. White and 
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H., F. D. Frederic Dan Huntington. 
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H., F. \V. Frederic West Holland, in 
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H., F. W. F. W. Hewes. 10th 
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H., G. George Hay, D.D. The Scrip- 
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H., G. F. George Frederick Holmes. 

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H., G. S. George Stillnmn Hillard. 
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H., H. H. Huijman. Georgica Vir- 
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H., H. Mrs. Helen Maria (Flske Hunt) 
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Bits of travel. B. 1874. — (4) Bits of 
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(5) Bits of talk for young folks. B. 

H., H. Henri/ Humble. A short cate- 
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Journeyman Engineer, A. Thomas 
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Journeyman Mechanic, A. Wil- 
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Journeyman Printer, A. Henry 




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Journeyman W^oolcomber, A. C. 

Jones. Sowton : a village conference 
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- Jowler. ' William Pitt, Earl of Chat- 
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Juba. Rev. Benjamin Allen. "United 
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Judge Advocate General, A.V Joseph 
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W. 1863. 

Judy, Aunt. 3Irs. Juliana Horatia 
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Julius. Julius Charles Hare. A lay- 
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Junior. John Eardley Wilmot, Esq. 
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Junior 31. A., one of the 386. Wil- 
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y^ Junius. Cornelius Walford, in " In- 
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Junius. W. R. Dickerson. The letters 
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Junius. Alfred Delvau and Alphonse 
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This signature has also been employed bj' .Titles 
Barbey-d Aurevilly, Charles Monselet, and Jnles 

Vallks, in their contributions to various Frencli 

Junius. Rev. Calvin Colton. (1) 
American jacobinism : a sequel to the 
" Crisis of the country." By . . . N.Y. 
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Junius, E. Adrien Emmanuel Rou- 
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Junius Patricias. Young. 

Junius Redivivus. William Bridges 
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Justice of the Peace, A. .fohn 
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Justinas, John. .John Taylor. 1854, 

Justitia. Rev. Richard Wheatley. 

Juvenal, Democritus. Andrew Brice. 


K., C. Charles Knight. The British 
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K., E. Edward King. Correspondent 
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K., J. James Kennard, ,Tr., in the 
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K., Ij. v. Lotten von Kramer. Fanta- 
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K., M. A. Mrs. Mary Anne Kelty. 
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K., O. von. Oscar von Knorring, a author. 

K., S. L(. Samuel Lorenzo Knapp. Pro- 
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K., T. Thomas Kirkn/). Article on 

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K., T., and D. J. Thomas Keyworth 
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"k., T. S. Thomas Starr King, in tlie 
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K. Z. Karl Merz, in his contributions 
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K.-F., I. G. N. Hon. Ion Grant Nevill 
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K . George Keith. Sigii.atiire (o 

hymns in "Rippon's Selection." 
' K— t, A. Sir John Douglas. Odes to 




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Kaiser, Ernst. Ewald August Konig. 
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Kappa. Bev. Henry Penneck. A song 
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Kate. Mrs. Katharhie (Reipiolds) 
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Kate, Cousin. Maria J. Mcintosh. 

Kate, Cousin. Kate M. T. Gozans. 

(I) Christmas treasures for boys and 
girls. By . . . N.Y. 1879. — (2) Sun- 
beams for baby days. By . . . N.Y. 1879. 

Kate, Cousin. Mrs. Catharine Doug- 
lass Bell. (1) Set about it at once ; or. 
Cousin Kate's story. Edinb. 1847. — (2) 
Georgie and Lizzie. 1849.— (3) What 
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1849. — (4) The Douglass family. 1851. 

— (5) Margaret Cecil ; or, " I came be- 
cause I ought." 1851. — (G) Arnold Lee ; 
or, rich children and poor children. 1852. 

— (7) Lily Gordon, the young house- 
keeper. 1853. — (8) Hope Campbell ; 
or, know thyself. 1854. — (9) Mary 
Elliott ; or, be kind to one another. 2d 
ed., 1856.— (10) New stories. 1861.— 

(II) My first pennies. B. 1864. 

Kate, Cousin. Mrs. Catharine M. 
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Keene, Alec. Alexander Findlay. 

Keese, Olive. Miss Caroline W. 
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Kenneth, Esther Sarah. Mrs. E. M. 

Kent. Sidney George Fisher. An 
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Kentuckian, A. Charles Winterjield. 
My first day with the rangers. By . . . 
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Kentuckian, The. William A. Car- 
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Kettle, Rosa Blakenzie. Mary Rosa 
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... L. 1860. — (2) Fabian's tower: a 
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Kien liong. Emperor of China. 
Tlioiiias James Mathias. Tlie imperial 
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1794 ... L. 1798. 

Kilniallock, Lord. William O'Con- 
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" King Andrew." Andrew Jackson. 

" King Andi-ew had five trusty squires, 
Whom he held his bid to do; 
He also had three pilot fish. 

To give the sharks their cue. 
There was Mat and Lou, and Jack and Lev, 

And Roger, of Taney hue. 
And Blair, the book, 
And Kendall, chief cook, 

And Isaac surnamed the true." 
"'Mat.,' Martin Van Buren, was Secretary 
of State ; ' Lou.,' Louis McLane, Seci-etary of 
the Treasury; 'Jack,' John Branch, was Secre- 
tary of the Navy; ' Lev.,' Levi Woodbury, was 
his successor, and ' Roger,' Roger B. Taney, 
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" King, Miss Nancy." William Ru- 
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King, Thorold. Charles Gatchell, M.D. 
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King of Batli,'The. Richard Nash. 

King of Dunces, The. Colley Cibber, 
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King of the Vagrants, Tlie. George 

King's Remembrancer, The. Sir 
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Kingsbury, Alice. Alice Kingsbury 
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Kingston, May. Sarah Lane. Phoebe 
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Kinmont Willie. William Arm- 
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Kirkland. Miss Amanda Bartlett 
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Kismet. 3Irs. Newton Sears. 

K\£is. William S. Villiers Sankey. 
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Klett, Harold. Halkett Lord. His 
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Kleve, Stella. Miss Mathilda I'Cruse. 
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Knave of Clubs. Rev. .Toshna Brookes. 
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Knight, A. .Jeremiah Bentham(l). 
Ryme and reason ; or, a fresh stating of 
the arguments against an opening through 
the wall of Queen's Square, Westminster. 
By . . . L. 1780. 

Kuot-Rab. A'. Barton. lo: a tale 
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Koo-(A07ro\iTT)S, S. Li. <S. Lusignan et al. 
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Krantzovius, IrenaMis. Benjamin 
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Krick. EWiu Burritt. 

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Kringle, Karl. J. P. Buckner. The 
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Kull von Kill. Alexander McGrew, 
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— (2) Montaigne and his writings. 
" London and Westminster Rev.," Au- 
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*' Westminster Rev.," December, 1838, 
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Li. Alvan Lainson, in the " Christ. 

li. William Parsons Lunt, in the 
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Lj. Tlioiuns Lajiviirl:. The medical 
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L. William Pettji, ^larquis of Lans- 
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^^ li., Mr. Baron. Mr. Baron Lovel. 
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li., A. Ali'an Lamson, in the " Christ. 

L., A. A. Abiet Abbot Lirermore, in the 
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li., C Sir Charles Lemon, 2d Bart. 
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li., D. David Laing. Abbotsford 
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li., E. Edirnrd fjovibond. Mis signa- 
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Ij., K. Emma Lewis. Night wntchcs ; 
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li.. Cm. George Luut. (1) The death 
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L., G. George Liver more, in the " Christ. 

li., Gr. H. George Henrij Lewes. (1) 
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Charges against Niebuhr. " Westminster 
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Modern French historians. " West- 
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(6) Percy Bysshe Shelley. " West- 
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The prize comedy and the prize com- 
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p. 321. — (9) Tiie Roman Empire and 
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1842, p. 33. — (10) Shakespeare and his 
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works. " Westminster Rev.," May, 1843, 
p. 372. — (12) Strafford and the histori- 
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lii, H., Gentleman. Henrij Lok. 
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Ij., H. W. Henrij W. Longfellow. 
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From the ancient Sclavonian of Hans 
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li., J. Josejih Lovering, in the " Christ. 

li., J. John Longmnir, M.D. Stra- 
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Li., J. W. J. W- Lawson. Brockley 
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Li. L. Michael Wodhull. He was a 
frequent correspondent of the " Gent. 
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L., Ij. Li. L. L. Lauren. Minnen 
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Li., R. Rev. Roger Laurence. Dis- 
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Li., S. Samuel LoiH/felloiv, in the 
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Li. S. E. Michael Augustus Gathercole. 
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L., S. K. Samuel Kirkland iMhrop, in 
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Li., T. Thomas Lewis. A modest vin- 
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Ij., V. Rev. C. V. Le Grice. Tripos 
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Li., W. William Lauder, on Milton's 
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Li., W. B. William B. Lapham. Bar 
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li., W. P. William Parsons Lnnt, in 
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LLi.B. of Harvard College, A, 
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L ce, Miss Elizabeth. Miss 

Elizabeth Lairrence. 

Li She, H S., Esq. 

Hercules Langrishe. The substance of a 
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li**. Mrs. Hannah F. (Sawi/er) Lee, 
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Li**g, C. Miss Concordia Lofoim). 
Nordiska skymningssagor. Sthlm. 1871. 

Li , Lady. Lady Lyons. L. 1847. 

li — g. Bailey Loving, in the " Christ. 

Li — ne, Lord. George Granville, Lord 
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L — p — . Samuel Kirkland Lothrop, 
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Li — tt — n, E — m — d. Edmund Litton.^ 
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Li**, B**. Louis Narcisse Baudry 
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Labourer's Daughter, A. Barbara 
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Labruyere. A. P. D. A. Mil laud. 
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Laco. Stephen Higginson. 

" Among the most tenacious political oppo- 
nent'.: of John Hancock, was Stephen Higgineon, 
a nervous writer of great spirit, whose itnicles 
signed ' Laco,\in Russell's ' Oentinel,' effected a 
strong feeling. Mr. Higginson was a merchant 
on Long wharf, and passed down State Street to 
his store. The truckmen wlio stood in State 
Street used great efforts to teach a parrot, that 
hung in a cage at the corner of Merchants' Row, 
to recognize 'Laco,' and to curse him; and so 
completely successful were they, that pretty Poll 
no sooner saw Mr. Higginson approach, than she 
J)egan to 'Hurrah for Hancock! Down with 
Laco!' and continued to do so till he was out 
of sight." 

Lacretelle le jeune. Napole'on et 
Lucien Bonaparte. Parralle entre Cesar, 
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Lady, A. Miss Sara H. Browne. A 
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Lady, A. Mrs. Eliza (Rotrh) Farrar. 
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Lady, A. Lady Lees. Effie's and 
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Lady, A. Mrs. Mary AstelL' An es- 
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Lady, A. 3Irs. Elizabeth Bonhotc 
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Lady, A. Mrs. Eliza Ann (Afunroe) 
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Lady, A. Miss A. F. Ghilde. Good 
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Lady, A. Mrs. Isabella Bird Bishop. 
A L.'s life in the Rocky Mountains. N.Y. 




Lady, A. Mrs. Henri/ Warwick Cole. 
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Lady, A. Mrs. Dorset. (1) The 

lion's masquerade . . . Written by . . . 
L. 1807. — (2) The peacock " at home " 
... By . . . L. 1807. 

Lady, A. Miss Hannah White. The 
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Lady, A. Miss Christian Carstairs. 
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Lady, A. Mrs. Frances Maria Cow- 
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Lady, A. Miss Edwards. Otho- 

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Lady, A. J. Henrietta Pi/e. Poems. 
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Lady, A. Lady Charlotte Maria 
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Lady, A. 3hs. Ritson. A poetical 
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Lady, A. Mrs. A. Bell. Poetical 
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Lady, A. Catharine Dowjlas, Duchess 
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Lady, A. Maria Piiivkney. The quin- 
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Lady, A. Eliza Rxmsey. Tlie re- 
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Lady, A. Mi's. Charles Tucker. Re- 
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Lady, A. Mrs. R. W. Thomson. The 
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Lady, A. Anna Finch, Countess of 
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Lady, A. Mrs. Helena ( Wells) Whit- 
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Lady, A. Grace Arthur. The temple 
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Lady, A. Miss Jane Frances Chap- 
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Lady, A. Henry and Augustus Mayhew. 
Whom to marry, and how to get mar- 
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Lady lately Deceased, A. Mrs. 

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Lady Margaret, Professor of Di- 
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Lady, a Native of Virginia, A. Mrs. 
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Lady of Fashion. A. William Make- 
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Lady of New Orleans, A. 3Iarion 
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Lady of Philadelphia, A. .Uiss 
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Lady of Quality, A. Anne I- «)«(.', Vis- 
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Lady of Quality, A. Lady Mary 
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Lady of Rank, A. Catherine Hyde, 
Marchioness Govion Broglio Solari. 
Secret memoirs of the royal family 
of France during the Revolution . . . 
By . . . L. 1826. 

Lady of the Last Century, A. Mrs. 
Elisabeth (Robinson) Montagu. Illus- 
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Lafitte, Leon. Prentis Ingraliam. 

Lahainaluna. Rev. Sheldon Dibble. 

Laiub-leader, The. William Ander- 
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Motile Olmsted. Signature in the "Na- 
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Liancashire Minister, A. Bev. Bobert 
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Lancelot. Lancelot Blackhurne. Priest- 
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jSTot written by Blackburne, but descriptive 
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Land of 3Iisfortuiie, The. Zululand. 

In the . . . , with illustrations. L. 1882. 
Dixie, Lad^' Florence Caroline (Doug- 

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Landlady of the Old School, A. 
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Landseer. Brumlei/ Mnrfaii. The 
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Menenius. Digbij Pilot Starke/j. Ode 
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the Great Industrial Exhibition in Dub- 
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Menippus. Rev. Thomas Easton. A 
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Mentor. Isaac Ledyard. M.'s reply 
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Mentor. R. Haupt. 1869, 1879. 

Mercator, J. A. .John A. Chapman. 
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3Ierchant, A. Charles Blake. A let- 
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Merchant, A. .Jonas Hanway. A 
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Merchant, A. Richard Blanshard, 
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Meriman, Butterfield. Emily J. 

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Merlin the Second. David Henry. 

3Ierliniis Anglicus, Jun. R. C. 
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Merriton, Mervyn. H. C. Coape. 

Merrypebble, Mr. Right Hon. Sir 
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Messager de Wandsbeck, Lie. Ma- 
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Metastasio, Pietro Buonaventura. 
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Meteorologist of the New York 
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Metoikos. Hugh Carleton. A page 

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Midshipman, The. Bev. Augustus 
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Milford Bard, The. John Lofand. 
The harp of Delaware ; or, the miscella- 
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Mill-boy of the Slashes. Henry 

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Milow, Stephan v. Stephan v. Mil- 
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Milton, Marniaduke, Esq. *^ Charles 
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Miner of Perranzabuloe, The. Wil- 
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Minister, A. Stephen Badger. Ad- 
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Minister, A. Rev. William Logie. 
The church in Orkney. Address of . . . 
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Minister, A. Rev. .Tonathan Dickinson. 
A display of God's special grace ; in a 
familiar dialogue between . . . and a 
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Minister, A. Josiah Woodu-ard, D.D.^ 
The duty of family prayer ... In a let- 
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Minister, A. Bev. John Bold, B.A. 
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Minister, A. Richard Cecil. Friendly 
advice from ... to the servants of his 
parish. L. 1793. 

Minister, A. Thomas Crawford, D.l>. 
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Minister, A. Thomas Hewerdine, M.A. 
A serious ad<lress to the Anabaptists ; 
being a letter from ... to some of his 
parishioners of that persuasion. L. 1701. 

Minister, A. Ednuuid Gibson, D.D. 
Serious advice to j^ersons who have been 
sick ... In a letter from ... L. 1722. 

Minister, A. Rev. Thomas Stnbbark. 
A serious and earnest exhortation to at- 




tend public worship. Addressed by . . . 
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Minister, A. Hev. Henrij M . Bridge. 
Wallamannumps ; or, the triumpli of re- 
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Minister, A. Rev. Samuel Webster. 
A winter evening's conversation upon 
the doctrine of original sin, between . . . 
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Minister, The. Sir Robert Peel. A 
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Minister, Chaplain in the Ai'my, A. 
John Whittle. An exact diary of tlie late 
expedition of his illustrious highness, the 
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Minister in the Country, A. Rev. 
John Lewis. Kemarks on four sermons, 
preach'd by Dr. Thomas Bisse, at the 
Rolls Chappel ... L. 1716. 

Minister of a Chapel of Ease, The. 
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considered . . . By . . . Edinb. 1834. 

Minister of knoAvn Learning, Piety, 
and Integrity, A. Alexander Hamilton. 
A sermon explaining the life of faith . . . 
By . . . Edinb. 1705. 

Minister of London, A. George 
Hickes. Jovian ; or, an answer to [S. 
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L. 1688. 

Minister of that Church, A. James 
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Minister of that Parish, The. Joscpli 
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churcli I'iitccliisni . . . for the use of the 
parish of ( 'ircuccster. 

Minister of the Church of Knghmd, 
A. Josiid, Woodn;nd, D.I). (l)Adis- 
swasive from gaming. \ly ... L. 1718. 
— (2) A disswasivc from the sin of drunk- 
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caution to prophane swearers. By . . . 
L. 1704. 

Minister of the Church of ^England, 
A. Samuel Johnson. (1) A letter from . . . 
to his dissenting parisliioners . . . N.Y. 
17-'i;5. — (2) A second letter from . . . B. 
17:}4. — (3) A third letter from ... B. 

Minister of tlie Church of Kngland, 
The. Rev. Jiisejiii Wdterland. Tile reason- 
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worldly employments on the Lord's day 
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Minister of the Church of Englaud, 
A. Her. Wills. Remarks on Meth- 
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Minister of the Church of Scotland, 

A. Ralph Erskine. Gospel canticles ; or, 
spiritual songs ... By . . . lulinb. 1720. 

Minister of the Church of Scotland, 
A. Robert Findlui/, D.D. A persuasive 
to the enlargement of psalmody . . . By 
. . . Glasgow, 1763. 

Minister of the Church of Scotland, 
A. Andrew R. Boiiur. Tresbyterian 
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Minister of the Church of Scotland, 
A. Rev. Alexander Moncrieff. The prop- 
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Edinb. 1730. 

3Iinister of the Church of Scotland, 
A. .John Cnmming, D.D. A short state 
of tlie origin and nature of the present 
divisions in the Church of Scotland. 
By ... L. 1840. 

Minister of the Established Church, 
A. Rer. Henrij Duncan. Statement and 
representation respecting the parochial 
schoolmasters of Scotland . . . By . . . 

Minister of the Gospel, A. Rev. 
Herman Snorr. Incidents of personal ex- 
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Minister of the Gospel, A. James 
Clark. A new yeai-'s gift ; or, the Chris- 
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3Iinister of the Gospel, A. Rev. 
William Thorn. Seasonable advice to 
the landholders and farmers in Scotland: 
a sermon . . . By . . . Edinb. 1770. 

3Iinister of tlieir Parish, The. Rev. 
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lower classes of his iiarishioners on the 
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Minnie at Home, ^[arl| A. Dunham. 

Minto, Nina. Emma Eleanor (^Hislop) 
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3Iirabel, Doctor. The Duke of Marl- 
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31iso-Dolos. Charles Leslie. The good 
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Missionaries of the A.B.C.F.M., 
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mar of the Bakile language. By . . . 
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Missionary, A. J. Lloyd Breck. A 
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Missionai-y from the Honorable 
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minister of the Church of ' England 
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Mr. Seward's Pet. Charles Hale. 
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Mnason. William P. Smith, D.D. 
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" The Bible," by the Rev. Walter Wood, 
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Mneinonicus. Robert Nares. Mr. 
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" Gent. Mag.," February, 1814, p. 107. 

Moderator. Thomas Chattert.on. His 
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Modern Aristoplianes. Samuel 
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/^Modern Buddhist, The. Chao 
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illustrated from Siamese sources by . . . 
L. 1871. By Henry Alabaster. 

aiodern Calvinist, A. R. S. IVi/ld. 
Strictures on Scottish theolog}^ and 
preaching. By . . . Edinb. 1863. 

Modern English Journalist, A. 
William Murratj, Earl of Mansfield. The 
thistle: a dispassionate examiner ... of 
a late arrogant insult offered to all 
Scotchmen hy ... L. 1747. 

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" 'As I think of the insult that's done to this 
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" ' O false Sir John Kane ! is it thus that you 
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chanic's Mag." (N.S.), II., p. 381. 1859. 

Observer, An. .lames Everett. The 
" Iron Question " vindicated .. . . By . . . 
L. 1857. 

Observer, An. John Alexander, D.D. 
Review of certain recent proceedings of 
the Kirk ... By . . . Edinb. 1839. 

Observer, An. John Corri/. A satir- 
ical view of London at the commence- 
ment of the xixth century. By . . . 
L. 1801. 

Observer, An. Cyril Pearl. Tale of 
intemperance. By ... B. 1839. 

Occasional Contributor, An. Al- 
fred Porter Putnam. " Can two walk 
together except they be agreed "? " By 
... B. 1870. 

Occasional Writer in the British 
Critic, An. Samuel Parr, LL.D. Re- 
marks on the statement of Mr. George 
Combe. By . . . L. 1795. 

Occultarius, Cosmopolites, etc. 
Elizabeth Craven, Baroness Craven, after- 
wards Margravine of Anspach-Baireuth. 
Pleasant passetime for Christmas even- 
ings; or, tlie predictions of . . . L. 1795. 

Octavius. Francis C. Bliss. The 
nauglity man ; or, Sir Thomas Brown. 
By . . . Newark, N.J., 1878. 

Octogenarian, An. Baptist Noel 
Turner, M.A. Extracts from ..." Nugai 
Canoraj " ; or, amusements of Scribble- 
thorpe Hall ... By . . . — See Nichols' 
" Illustrations of Literature," VI., pp. 

Octogenarian of Philadelphia, An. 
Matlmc Carey. The Querist. An humble 
imitation of a work under a similar title 
published by the celebrated Berkeley, 
Bishop of Cloyne ... By . . . 1'. 1839. 




Octogenary Pen, An. Mrs. Hester 
Lynch (Thrale Salusbury) Piozzi. Love 
letters, written when she was eighty, to 
the handsome actor, William Augustus 
Conway, aged twenty-seven, " written at 
three, four, and five o'clock (in the morn- 
ing) by ... a heart twenty-six years old, 
and as H. L. P. feels it to be, all your 
own." Letter V., 1820. 

Odd, Orvar. Oscar Patrih Sturzen- 
Becker. Samlade ax. Nya dikter af. 
Sthlm. 1868. 

Ornskog, Sonen i. Adolf Ivar Ar- 
ividsson. Ungdoms rimfrost af. 

Officer, An. Benjamin Franklin 
Webster. Annals of the Army of the 
Cumberland ... By . . . P. 1863. 

Also ascribed to John Fitch. 

Officer, An. Thomas Thrush. Apol- 
ogy of . . . for withdrawing from the pro- 
fession of arms ... L. 1833. 

Officer, An. Archibald Alexander 
Douglas. Christ still on earth ... By 
. . . ■ L. 1865. 

Officer, An. William Blakeney. A 
few short addresses. By . . . 1877. 

Officer, An. Hon. Henry Seymour 
Conway. The military arguments in the 
letter to a right honourable author fully 
considered. By ... L. 1758. 

Officer, An. George Robert Gleig. 
Narrative of the campaigns of the Brit- 
ish army at Washington and NeAV Or- 
leans in 1814 and 1815 ... By . . . L. 

Officer, An. Lord Edward Thurlow. 
A refutation of the letter of an Hon. 
brigadier general, commander of ^is 
Majesty's forces in Canada. By . . . 
L. 1760. 

Officer, An. James Glenie. A short 
essay on the modes of defence best 
adapted to the situation and circum- 
stances of this island . . . By ... L. 

Officer, An. Col. Moyle Sherer. 
Sketches of Ladia. Written by . . . L. 

Officer, An. J. Cunningham. Strict- 
ures on military discipline . . . By . . . 
L. 1774. 

Officer, An. Capt. William Trant. 
Two years in Ava, and the operations of 
the Burmese war. By . . . 1827. 

Officer in the Archdeacon's Court, 
An. Edward Steward. Suggestions [by 
Henry Bathurst, Archdeacon of Nor- 
wich] for readjusting the present church 
rate system . . . also, two letters from 
. . . L. 1835. 

Officer in the Army, An. Gen. 
Murray. Speculative ideas on the 

probable consequences of an invasion 
... By . . . L. 1782. 

Officer in the Commissariat De- 
partment of the Army, An. John 
Edgecumbe Daniel. Journal of . . . com- 
prising a narrative of tlie campaigns 
under . . . Wellington, in Portugal, 
Spain, France, and the Netherlands, in 
the years 1816-18 ... L. 1820. 

Officer in the Service of the £ast 
India Company, An. Richard Hall 
Gower. A treatise on the theory and 
practice of seamanship . . . By ... L. 

Officer in the Service of the Hon. 
East India Company, An. John 
Clunes. A short account of the Pin- 
daries, preceded by historical notices of 
the different Maliratta states. By . . . 
L. 1818. 

Officer of Rank in the Squadron, 
An. Sir Edward Berry. An authentic 
narrative of the proceedings of His Maj- 
esty's squadron under the command of 
. . . Nelson ... L. 1798. 

Officer of State, An. F. Hartig. 
Genesis ; or, the details of the Aus- 
trian revolution [of 1848]. By . . . 
L. 1872. 

Officer of the Bombay Division, 
An. T. W. E. Holdsworth. Cam- 
paign of the Indus . . . from ... L. 

Officer of the Ninth Regiment, 
An. General Charles William Thompson. 
Twelve months in tlie Britisli legion. 
By . . . L. 1836. 

Officer of the Regiment, An. Joseph 
M. Califf. Record of the services of the 
seventh regiment. United States colored 
troops, from September, 1863, to No- 
vember, 1866. By . . . Providence, 

Officer of the Royal Navy, An. 
H. C. Goldsmith. The golden Cher- 
sonese ; or, the Logan rock restored. By 
. . . Penzance, 1824. 

Officer of the Royal TVavy, An. 
Rear Admiral Henry Gage Morris. Ques- 
tions on the Pentateuch . . . By ... L. 

Officer of the United States Army, 

An. Sergeant Atkins. A tale of 

adventure. By . . . P. 1871. ' - 

Officer of the Volunteer Corps, 
An. Archibald Campbell Eraser. Short 
thoughts on the present price of provis- 
ions. By . . . L. 1800. 

Officer of Zouaves, An. Jean Joseph 
Gustave Cler. Peminiscences of . . . 
N.Y. 1860. 

Officer on Half-Pay, An. William 




Gregorij Dawkins. The position of officers 
in the army. L.(1) 1873. 

Officier de I'armee navale en Ame- 
rique en 1781-82, Un. Comte Francois 
Joseph Paul de Grasse-Tilli/. Journal 
d' . . . (as described in two contemporary 
journals). Amsterdam, 1783. 

Old Army Surgeon, An. Samuel 
Dickson. Wliat killed Mr. Drummondj 
the lead or lancet ? By ... L. 1843. 

Old Asiatic Merchant, An. Alexander 
Robertson. Eeflexions on the present diffi- 
culties of the country . . . By ... L. 1820. 

Old Author in a New^ Walk, An. 
John Richard Best, aiterwaTds John Richard 
Beste ; still later John Richard Dighif Beste. 
(1) Isidora ; or, the adventures of a Nea- 
politan. A novel. L. 1841. — (2) The 
pope : a novel. By ... L. 1840. 

Old Bachelor, An. William Lloyd 
Garrison. Breach of marriage promise. 
In the Newburyport (Mass.) "Herald," 

Old Bohemian, An. Gustave Louis 
Maii-ice Strauss. (1) Tlie reminiscences 
■of . . . L. 18—. — (2) Stories by . . . L. 

Old Book. ./. P. Schmidt. Les 
eglises gotliiques. Paris, 1837. 

" Old Boy," An. Edward Bellasis. 
The " Phormio " at the oratory school, 
1881. By... 1881. 

Old Brother Officer, An. Col. 
W. M. Leake(l). A letter to Colonel 
Chesney . . . By . . . , who served many 
years in Turkey. L. 1854. 

01<1 Buffer, The. Frederick Gale. 
Modern English §ports : their use and 
abuse. L. 188-. , 

Old Bullion. Thomas Hart Benton. 
A sobriquet of this eminent statesman. 

Old Bushman, An. Horace William 
Wheelwright. (1) A sprinnc and summer 
in Lapland. L. 18G-. — (2) Ten years in 
Sweden... L. 1805. 

Old Business Man, An. George 
Draper. Sane views on the tariff ques- 
tion. By . . . B. 1880. 

Old Catholic, An. Arthur Cleveland 
Coxe. Catholics and Roman Catholics. 
By . . . Buffalo, 1874. 

Old Cavalry Officer, An.- Charles 
Montauhan Carmichael. A rough sketch 
of the rise and progress of the Irregular 
Horse of the Bengal army. By . . . 
[Paris, 1847(?)]. 

" Old Chapultepec." W infield Scott. 

Old-clothes Philosopher, An. Wil- 
liam Brnde. fEdii)us on the sphinx of 
the nineteenth century ; or, politico- 
polemical riddles interpreted. By . . . 
L. 1862. 

Old Contributor, An. Mrs. Annie 
(^Thomas') Cudlip. The Helston Flora 
Day. By... In "The Queen," 1868. 

Old Contributor to Maga, An. 
Charles Neaves, Lord Neaves, Songs 
and verses, social and scientific. Edinb. 

Old Cornish Woman, An. Alary 
Keli/nack. Aunt Mavor's picture books 
for little readers. The old Cornish wo- 
man. L. 1853. 

Old Diplomatic Servant, An. Henry 
Headley Parish. British diplomacy illus- 
trated in the affair of the " Vixen "... 
By . . . Newcastle, 1838. 

Old Divine, An. Matthew Henry. The 
communicant's companion . . . Abridged 
from the work of . . . L. 1814. 

Old Ex-Scholar of Trinity College, 
Dublin, An. Thomas Wallace, LL.D. A 
review of the doctrine of personal iden- 
tity ... By . . . L. 1827. 

Old FolloM'^er, An. Henry Ducie 
Chads. Memoir of Admiral Sir Henry 
Ducie Chads, G.C.B. By . . . Portsea, 

Old Grog. Admiral Edward Vernon, 
so called by his sailors because he wore 
a grograni cloak in foul weather. 

Old Hand, An. Thomas E. Bryan. 
The art of book canvassing; or, agent's 
aid. By . . . N.Y. 1875. 

Old Hereditary Burgess, An. Sir 
James Foiilis. Observations on the pro- 
posed bridge and bridge-tax : humbly 
offered to the town-council of Edinburgh 
. . . By . . . Edinb. 1775. 

Old Hurrygraph. James A. Robinson. 

Old Jacob. .James II. of England. 

Old Line Democrat, An. George 
Wilkes. " McClellan " : who he is and 
what he has done ... By . . . N.Y. 1864. 

Old Looker on of Cliange, An. Ed- 
mund Carrington. The Victoriad ; or, the 
New World : an epic ... of the Victorian 
a!ra ... By . . . L. 1861. 

Old Maid, An. E. Carrington. Con- 
fessions of ... L. 1828. ■ ■ 

01d3Ian, An. Mrs. William Pitt Byrne. 
" De omnibus rebus "... discursive 
ramblings on the road of every day life. 
By . . . L. 1887. 

Old Man, An. John Payne Collier. 
An (). M.'s diary forty years ago. 

Old 3Ian, An. Alexander Dalrymple. 
Thoughts of ... on the high price of 
corn. L. 1800. 

01d-3Ian-\vith-a-Cane. Benjamin 

Penh(dloiv Shillaber. His signature in the 
Hartford " Evening Post." 

Old Member of Parliament, An. 
Richard Glover. Considerations on the 




attorney-general's proposition for a bill 
for the establishment of peace with 
America. By ... L. 1782. 

Old Member of Parliament, An. 
John Eanby. Doubts on tlie abolition of 
the slave trade. By ... L. 1790. 

Old Member of Parliament, An. 
Philip Withers. riiilo-Theodosius ; or, a 
new edition of Theodosius . . . By . . . 
L. 1790. 

Old Oak. James Oakes. 1880. 

Old Observer, An. RoioLund Hill. 
Spiritual characteristics . . . By ... L. 

Old Officer, An. Walter Bromley. 
Distressed and destitute state of the in- 
habitants of Spain and Portugal, respect- 
ing moral and religious instruction. By 
... L. 1813. 

Old Pastor, An. Bev. Thomas John 
Mackee. Morning musings. By . . . 
Huntingdon, 1859. 

Old Peninsular, An. Thomas Boys. 
My Peninsular medal. In " Blackwood," 
November, 1849, to July, 1850. 

Old Pioneer, An. George H. Gilman. 
History of the town of Houlton (Maine). 
From 1804 to 1883. Haverhill, Mass., 

Old Prairie Hen, An. Catherine Nich- 
ols. Wild flowers of the West. By . . . 
Chicago, 1874. 

Old Printer, An. William Dorrington. 
Composing-room lectures ... L. 1878. 

Old Public Functionary. James 

Old Put. Israel Putnam. 

Old Resident, An. William Arm- 
strong. The aristocracy of New York : 
wlio they are and what they were. By 
. . . N.Y. 1848. 

Old Resident, An. Albert H. Porter. 
Niagara. Past and present, 1805-1875. 
By . . . 1875. 

Old Revieiver, An. Sir Henry Bul- 
tcer, afterwards Lord Dalling. A pam- 
phlet on Crimean questions. By . . . 
L. 1863. 

Old Rowley. Charles IT. of England. 

Old Soldier, An. William Francis 
Butler. The invasion of England, told 
twenty years after. By ... L. 188-. 

Old Student, An. John Barling. 
Leaves from my writing desk; being- 
tracts on the question, What do we 
know '? By . . . L. 1872. 

"Old Tip" [or Tippecanoe]. William 
Henry Harrison. 

Old Traveller, An. James Silk Buck- 
ingham. A summer trip to Weymoutli 
and Dorchester . . . From the note 
book of . . . L. 1842. 

OldWi^gie. James Davids 


times so called because he liad a habit 
of pulling off his wig and beating delin- 

quent pupils with it 

" Old Zach." Zachary Taylor. 

Oldboy, Oliver. George Bailej/. 

Oldbuck, Jonathan. Ramsay 

in Scott's " Antiquar3\" 

Oldcastle, Geoffrey, Gent. William 
Mudford. The Canterbury Magazine. 
Canterbury, Eng., 1834-35. ' 

Oldcastle, Humphrey, Esq. Nicho- 
las Amhurst. Remarks on the history of 
England. From the minutes of . . . L. 

Also ascribed to Henry St. John, Viscount 

Older One who has been through. 

An. Atkinson. Letter to a j'oung 

man who has just entered college from 
... B. 1849. 

Oldest School Inspector, The. Jo- 
seph Bentlei/. (1) Moral culture for the 
people... By... L. 1865. — (2) The vast 
expense of ignorance to the Queen's sub- 
jects. By . . . L. 1870. — (3) What to 
do and how to do it when an election 
comes . . . By ... L. 1868. 

Olinthus. William J. A. Sheehy. 
Reminiscences of Rome ... L. 1858. 

Oliver. Oliver Gibhs. 1880. 

Olle Niimarker, De. Karl. Valentin 
Immanuel Loffler. U't dorp ; lustige 
vertellungen van'n oU'n niimarker. Jena, 

Omega. Robert Piatt. Cornish saints. 
By . . . In the « Cornish Mag.," 1828. 

Omega. G. Gilbert. 1867. 

One call'd an High-church man. 
Charles Leslie. The second part of the 
wolf stript of his shepherd's cloathing 
... By . . . L. 1707. 

One in the Ranks. Michael Con- 
stable. Othello in hell, and The infant ; 
with a brancli of olives. By . . . Dub- 
lin, 18-48. 

One intimately acquainted with 
him. Cotton Mather. PietAs in patri- 
am. The life of his Excellency Sir Wil- 
liam Phips, Knt. . . . Written by . . . 
L. 1697. 

One lately a 3Iember of the Imme- 
diate Government of the College. 
Andrcn-s Norton. Remarks on a report, 
etc. Camb. 1824. 

One Miso-Dolos. Charles Leslie. The 
good old cause ; or, lying in truth . . . 
By . . . L. 1710. 

One of Dr. Wheelock's pupils. 
Levi Frisbie. On the rise and progress of 
Moor's Indian charity school, etc. By 
. . . 1811. 





One of her 3Iinisters. Thomas 
Dowell. Farewell to the outward bound 
... By . . . L. 1849. 

One of his Candid Neighbours. 

Joseph Bellanii/, U.D. A letter to [S. 
Webster] the reverend author of the 
Winter-evening conversation on origi- 
nal sin, from ... B. 1758. 

One of Ms Congregation. Edna 
Dean Proctor. Life thoughts, gathered 
from his [Henry W.ard Beecher] . . . dis- 
courses, by . . . B. 1858. 

One of His Constituents. Francis 
Darr. Our Pacific possessions. Eail- 
way to the Pacific ... A letter ... to 
Hon. Benjamin Franklin Wade . . . By 
... W. 1861. 

One of his Constituents. Edward 
Cop/eston, JJ.D. A second letter to the 
Eight Hon. Robert Feel, M.P. ... By 
. . . Oxf. 1819. 

One of his Sons. C. Ma/an. Life 
and writings of Ce'sar Malan. By . . . 
L. 1839. 

One of his Sons. Thomas Howard 
Gill. The Rev. William Gill: a sketch, 
by . . . L. 1871. 

One of its Slaves. Mrs. Sarah 
Brid'/es Stebhins. Annals of a baby . . . 
N.Y." 1877. 

One of No Party. Richard Crnttirell. 
Reform without revolution ! . . . By . . . 
L. 1839. 

One of the Aldermen. Henrij Chris- 
topher Combe. Substance of a speech de- 
livered in the Court of Common Council 
... By . . . L. 1812. 

Oiie of the Cock and Hen Club. 
George Steevens. 

" In a few days after tlie Doctor's [Dr. Hicbaid 
Farmer] death, the following jcu il'esprit (not 
improbably by his friend, Mr. George Steevens) 
appeared in one of the daily papers: ' Tliis emi- 
nent critiek . . . composed some of his pleasantest 
works in an arbour on the verge of a pond where 
he resided . . . and he amused himself with a vari- 
ety of water-fowls, which covered his pond, and 
which, with others not of an aquatic nature, were 
much admired by all those who visited his hospi- 
table mansion. These birds, a Cambridge friend 
informs me, he disposed of in the following man- 
ner: — 

" ' " My geese I give and bequeath to the Heads 
of the University. 

My ducks and dralces — to Sir Henry Vane 

My peacock — to the Duchess of Gordon. 

My guinea-fowls — to Colonel Cawthorne. 

My pigeons — to 1-ady IJuckingbarashire, etc. 

My doves — to the Princess. 

My Rcreech-owl — to Mrs. ^fattock8. 

My humming-bird — to Mr. Courtney. 

My bantams — to Tommy Onslow. 

My chicken — to Nf. A. 'I'aylor. 

My king-tisher — to the French Directors. 

Mycock-sparrow — to the Duke of CJueensbury. 

My old gray i)arrot — to Mrs. Cowley. 

My pullets — to Lord William Gordon. 

My cuckoo — to Mr. Esten. 

My cormorant — to the Duke of Marlborough, 

My goldtinches — to Sir William Pulteney. 

My vulture — to Lord Lonsdale. 

My eagle — to Mr. Pitt. 

My jack-daws — to the Broad street beaux. 

My magpie — to George Coliuau. 

And my rooks — to the Club at Brookes's." '" 
— "Oracle," September 21. "One of the Cock 
and Hen Club." 

One of the Committee of the Ameri- 
can Academy. Jacob Biyelo/r. A short 
reply [to Marcus Bull's pamphlet]. B. 

One of the Company. B. Chamiinf/ 
M. Page. Sketch of Page's Battery of 
Morris' Artillery, 2d Corps, Army of 
Northern Virginia. By . . . N.Y. 1885. 

One of the Crew. P. D. Haijivood. 
The cruise of the "Alabama." By : . . 
B. 1886. 

One of the Family. Joseph Harfwell 
Williams. A brief study in genealogy ; 
Connin, Conny, Cofiy, Coney, Cony. By 
. . . Camb., Mass., 1885. 

One of the Family of the 
Bowleses. Williain Lisle Boicles. Re- 
ply to an "Unsentimental sort of critic," 
the reviewer of " Spence's Anecdotes " in 
the Quarterly Review for October, 1820 
... By . . . L. 1820. 

One of the Fancy. Pierce Ei/an. 
Boxiana; or, sketches of antient and 
modern pugilism. By ... L. 1812. 

One of the Hearers. Cotton Mather. 
The grand point of solicitude ... A ser- 
mon ... B. 1715. 

One of the Last Century. William 
Sfemart Rose. Thoughts and recollec- 
tions by . . . L. 1825. 

One of the Magistrates of the 
Public Office in Great Marlborougli 
Street. Philip Neve, Esq. A letter to 
the Rev. William Cockburne ... L. 

One of the Majority. Rev. James 
Gall. Six letters to ])r. Begg and his 
protesting minority . . . From . . . 
Edinb. 1808. 

One of the blasters. John James 
Charles A'orman. School services, com- 
i piled for the use of the Forest School, 
j Walthamstow. By . . . L. 1850. 

One of the Members of the College. 
Charles Coote. Sketches of the lives and 
characters of eminent English civilians, 
with an historical introduction relative to 
the college of advocates . . . By. . . L. 

One of the Ministers in Boston. 
Cot/on Mather. (1) Sober sentiments 
... By . . . B. 1722.— (2) The voice 
of God in a tempest . . . B. 1723. 

Oue of the Ministers in tlie Nortli- 




part of Boston. Cottun Mather. The 
soul upon the wing . . . By ... B. 1722. 

One of the Ministers of the Gospel 
ill Glasgow. James Clark. (1) The 
cross and the crown ; or, a cluster of 
cordials . . . by . . . Edinb. 1705. — 
(2) The debaucherie and vices of the 
present age . . . By . . . Edinb. 1707. 

One of the Old School. liev. William 
Bentinck Lethem Hawkins. Sketches of 
country life and country matters by . . . 
L. 1840. 

One of the Old School. Bobert Sey- 
))iour{1). The school-master abroad, by 
... L. 1834. 

One of the Old School. Colin Mac- 
kenzie. Tavern anecdotes . . . By . . . 
L. 1825. 

Also ascribed, t6 WiUiam West. 

One of the People. Thomas Frognall 
Dibdin(}). A letter to the Earl of Liv- 
erpool ... By . . . L. 1824. 

One of the People. George Barrell 
Cheever. The republic or the oligarchy ? 
which ... By . . . N.Y. 1866. 

One of the People. William Wirt. 

" In 1808, he wrote the essays in the Richmond 
'Enquirer' signed 'One of the People,' addressed 
to the members of Congress who had joined in a 
protest against the nomination of Mr. Madison to 
the presidency." 

One of the People called Christians. 

Jeremiah Waring. Three letters, addressed 
to the readers of Paine's Age of Reason. 
By... L. 1797. 

One of the Pilgrims. A. C. W. Trues- 
dell. A California pilgrimage, by . . . 
San Francisco, 1844. 

One of the Professors. Thomas 
C^ark, iU.D. The right of Marischal 
College and University, Aberdeen, to 
confer degrees . . . By . . . Aberdeen, 

One of tlie Pupils. Mrs. Louisa 
(Goddard) Whitney. The burning of 
the convent . . . by . . . Camb., Mass., 

One of the Readers. Samuel Mather. 
A letter to the author [John Clarke] of 
a letter to Dr. Mather, etc., by . . . B. 

One of the 687 F.R.S sss. 

Dr. Augustus Bozzi Granville. Science 
without a head ; or, the Eoyal Society 
dissected. By ... L. n.d. 

One of the Suffering Clergy of the 
Church of Scotland. William Mglnc. 
A time to weep ... a sermon . . . Edinb. 

One of the Three Hundred. Flavel 
S. Mines. Presbyterian clergyman look- 
ing for the churcli. By . . . N.Y. 1849. 

One of the Trustees. Samuel Bulkley 
Haggles. The duty of Columbia College 
to the community . . . by . . . N.Y. 1854. 

One of their Brethren. John Walker, 
F.T.C.D. The church in danger . . . 
Addressed to the clergy . . . By . . . 
Dublin, 1796. 

One of their Gossips. Miss Eliza- 
beth Tuckett. Our children's story. By 
... L. 1870. 

One of their own Class. John T. 
Glanville. Servants defended. By . . . 
Oxf. 1847. 

One of them. Leonard Marsh. A 
bake pan. For the dough-faces. By . . . 

One of themselves. Daniel Ellis, 
F.R.S. E. Considerations relative to 
nuisance in coal-gas works . . . Ad- 
di-essed to proprietors ... in the vicinity 
of the oil-gas works at Tanfield. By . . . 
Edinb. 1828. 

One of themselves. Donald Bain. 
Olden times; or, the rising of the ses- 
sion. A comedy . . . By . . . Edinb. 

One of themselves. William Make- 
peace Thackeray. On literary snobs. In 
a letter from ... to Mr. Smith, the cele- 
brated penny-a-liner. " Punch," June, 

One Recently Returned from the 
Enemy's Country. Edward Alfred Pol- 
lard. A letter on the state of the war. 
By . . . Richmond, 1865. 

One that has had Experience of 
them. Cotton Mather, D.D. The night- 
ingale ... By . . . B. 1724. 

One that has perused the " Summer 
Morning's Conversation." Charles 
Chauncy. The opinion of ... B. 1758. 

One that holds Communion with 
the Church. John Humfrey. A sea- 
sonable caution to the members of this 
new parliament . . . By ... L. 1703. 

One that was once a Scholar to 
him. Cotton Mather. Corderius Amer- 
icanus ... In a funeral sermon on Mr. 
Ezekiel Cheever ... By . . . B. 1708. 

One w^ell acquainted with some of 
the Travellers. William Gustling. An 
account of what seemed most remark- 
able in the five days' peregrination of 
the five following persons, viz., Messieurs 
Tothall, etc. Imitated in Hudibrastics. 
By... L. 1781. 

One w^ho, as a Son Avith a Father, 
served Avith him in the Gospel. Cot- 
ton Mather, D.D. A father departing 
. . . Dr. Increase Mather ... By . . . 
B. 1723. 

One who Believes the Christian 



• • 'j tures. Joseph Rogerson Cotter. 
■:;ng facts. England's sin ; Ireland's 

, . ^Britain's peril. By . . . L. 1867. 

'; ,o who for more than thirty 

. ' ias dealt largely Avith money. 

jj.'. Chambers. Everybody's question; 

or, a few words on banking and currency. 

By . . . L. 1864. 

One Avho has been " almost wor- 
ried to Death." Heiirt/ and Augustus 
Maijhew. The greatest plague of life ; 
or, the adventures of a lady in search of 
a good servant. By ... P. 1847. 

One who has impersonated them. 
Ladii Helen Faucit ilartin. On some of 
Shakespeare's women. By ... L. 1885. 

One who has never lived out of it. 
Thomas (reerutq. Our parish : a medley. 
By . . . Hailsham, 1886. 

One who has served. Alfred Wilks 
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Wittendorf, C. Hermine Camille 
Proscliko. Der liofkanzler ; historische 
erziihlung. In " Vierteljiihrl. Mag." 

Wittol, H. C. Harriet Wilson. 

Wizard of the North. Sir Walter 

Wladlmir. Adolf Hofmeister. Der 
liebo wonn' und weh' ; sagen, novellen 
und skizzen. Altenburg, 1840. 

WoUmar, Charlotte. Charlotte v. 
Witzleben.. Agnes Felscr ; erziihrlung in 
bricfen. Ellwangen, 1828. 

Wolseianus. Robert Nares. Im- 
provements at Cambridge Universities. 
" Gent. Mag.," October, 1827, p. 316. 

Woman, A. Mrs. Fenivick. Se- 
crecy ; or, the ruin of the rock. By . . . 
L. 1765. 

Woman of Fashion, A. Miss 

Piifot. Private correspondence of . . . 
L. 18.32. 

Wood, Ash. James M. Etches. 



Wop, Mr. W. Tademma. 1866. 

Working Clergyman, A. Rev. John 
Davies Mereweather. Diary of ... in Aus- 
tralia and Tasmania. 184-. 

Working Clergyman, A. Bev. John 
Henry Blunt. Our difficulties and the 
way to deal with them. By ... L. 

Workless, Faith. Bev. John Ber- 

Worthy Patriarch of Howard Di- 
vision, The. E. Morrison. A letter 
from . . . Halifax, 1867. 

Wray, Leopold. Clara (de Pontignij^ 
de Chatelain. The man of many daugh- 
ters. In "Reynold's Miscellany." L. 

Besides this signature, she used those of 
" Baronne Corn61ie de B.," "Rosalia Santa 
Croce," and " Leopoldine Ziska." 

Wright, J. WilUam Gifford. Voy- 
age to St. Domingo in 1788-90 . . . trans. 
... L. 1797. 

Wright, May. J. C. F. Gnimbine. 
Lethe : a novel. 18 — . 

Wright, Samuel. Charles T. Murrati. 

Writer of "A Voice from the 
North," A. Samuel Broivn Harper. A 
few urgent words on the present crisis . . . 
By . . . L. 1850. 

Writer of " Nuces " and " tiucre- 
telis," The, William Johnson, lophon : 

an introduction to the art of writing 
Greek iambic verses. By ... L. 1873. 

Writer of "Seed Time and Har- 
vest," The. William King 2\veedie, D.D. 
The gospel of other days ; or, thoughts 
of Old and New Testament Scriptures . . . 
L. 1854. 

Writer of the " History of the Man 
after God's Own Heart," The. Archi- 
bald Campbell. A letter to the Eev. Dr. 
Samuel Chandler from . . . 1762. 

Writer of the " Preface to the 
lately published Mishna," The. Ben- 
jamin Elkin. Letters addressed to the 
editor of " The Voice of Jacob "... L. 

Writer of" The Universal Church," 
&c., The. John Burleij Waring. "Broad- 
cast" (short essays). L. 1870. 

Wronghead. Douglas William Jerrold. 

In Alfred Bunn's "A word with Punch," in 
which he retorted upon the principal writers in 
" Punch," he described them .as, " Wronghead," 
Mr. Douglas Jerrold ; " Sleekhead," Gilbert d, 
Beckett; and " Thickhead," Mr. Mark Lemon. 

Wykehamist, A. Frederick Gale. 
The public school matches, and those we 
meet there ... By . . . L. 1867. 

Wykehamist, A. Dr. Blaclciston. 

Reply to Dr. Golding's and Dr. Lowth's 
answers to the anonymous letter. By 
. . . L. 1759. 


X. Samuel Woolcock Christophers. 
Signature in the " Christian Miscel- 
lany " and the " Family Visitor." 

X. Eustace Budgell. Signature to his 
papers in the " Spectator," of which 
there are thirty-seven in the first seven 
volumes. There is also a letter of his 
in No. 539, signed "Eustace." 

"The humour and wit of Budgell appear to 
advantage in several of his communications ; 
especially in his ' Observations on Beards ' 
('Spectator,' No. 331), on ' Country Wakes ' 
(No. 161), in his relation of 'Will Honeycomb's 
Amours' (No. 359), and in his detail of the 
effects of the ' Month of May on Female Chas- 
tity' (Nos. 369 and 395).— See Drake's 'Es- 
says,' Vol. III. 

X. Gerrit Smith. Jugglery. Dated 
Peterboro . . . 1867. 

X. Augustus Jessopp. Our premier. 

By . . . In the "Helston Grammar 

School Mag." 

His other signatures in the same magazine 
are " A. J.," " J.," " Y.," " O. O.," and " A." 

X. Alfred Billings Street. Stanzas. 
"Amer. Monthly Mag.," December, 1837. 

X., Barnabe. Hippolyte Adolphe 
Taine, in his contributions to "La Vie 

X., Monsieur. Joseph Howard, Jr., in 
his contributions to the " Sun " (N.Y.). 

X I E. JTarrij Stilhvell Edwards. 

X. Y., Tallow-Chandler. John Mac- 
Jaurin, M.A. A loud cry for help to the 
struggling Church of Scotland . . . dated 
from my shop, in the Candleriggs. Glas- 
gow, 1753. 

X. Y. Z. John Neal. Three articles 
on " American Writers," in " Black- 
wood's Mag.," 1824, '25. 




Y. A. Fontanel/. Articles in "La 
Eevue des Deux Mondes," upon the 
"romans et les poesies du jour." 

Y., A. A.lexander Young, in the 
"Christ. Exam." (B.), 1824. 

Y., C. Gr. Sir Charles George Young. 
A catalogue of the Arundel manuscripts 
in the library of the College of Arms 
[with a preface signed . . .]. L. 1829. 

Y., E. J. Edward James Young, in 
the " Christ. Exam." (B.), 1855. 

Y., J. R. .John Russell Young. 

Y. Z. Tremenheere John Johns. A 
week of Jersey. By ... In " Helston 
Grammar School Mag.," 1852. 

Y****. Henry Ware, Jr., D.D. To 
the Ursa Major. In the " Christ. Exam.," 
Vol. II., p. 360. B. 1825. 

Y****, A., Esq. Arthur Young, Esq. 
The theatre of the present war in North 
America. By ... L. 1758. 

Yankee, A. Richard Grant White. 
Words and their uses past and present : 
•a study of the English language. N.Y. 

Yemor, Selrach. Charles Romey. 

Yemrof. J. H. S. Formeg. 17G6. 

Yoe, Shway. James George Scott. 
The Burman; his life and notions. L. 

Yorke, Percy, Jr. Thomas Atkinson, 
Jr. Three nights in Perthshire ... In 
a letter from . . . Glasgow, 1821. 

Young Adventurer, A. J. Spooner. 
The Puritan or lay-essayist ; being . . . 
essays . . .■ Plymouth, 1832. 

Young Gentleman, A. James Rid- 
del, M.D. Original poems. By . . . 
Edinb. 1780. 

Young Gentleman of Oxford, A. 
Edmund Lechmere. Poems and transla- 
tions. By . . . 1770. 

Young Gentleman of Philadelphia, 
A. Joseph li. Hopkins. Hamiltoniad ; 
or, the effects of discord : an original 
poem ... By . . . P. 1804. 

Young Gentleman of Rank, A. 
Willidiii Wirt. The British spy .. . By 
. . . Newburyport, 1804. 

Young <ientlewomau, A. Mrs. 
Theojihila Nelson. Letters . . . on . . . de- 
parting from tlie Ciiurch of England. 
L. 1707. 

Young Jacob. James Francis Ed- 
ward iSluarl (The Pretender). 

Young Ijady, A. Alicia Catherine 
Mani. lOilon ; or, the young godmother 
... By . . . Southampton, 1812. 

Young Liady, A. Miss Field. 

The glory of the heavenly city, and 
blessedness of departed saints, graciously 
manifested in a vision to ... of Bristol 
. . . 1781, as related by herself. Bristol, 

Young IJady, A. Miss — — Maunsell. 
Letters to . . . wherein the duties and 
characters of women are considered. L. 
1806. By Mrs. Jane West. 

Young Lady, A. Miss Anna Maria 
Porter. Original poems . . . By ... 18 
years of age. L. n.d. 

Young Lady, A. Elizabeth Blower. 
The parsonage house. By ... L. 

Young Lady, A. Miss Charlotte 
{Lennox) Ramsay. Poems on sev- 
eral occasions. Written by . . . L. 

Young Man, A. Sylvester Judd. A 
Y. M.'s account of his conversion from 
Calvinism. B. 1838. 

Young Man in Town, A. Richard 
Graves. The rout, from ... to his 
friend in the country. L. 17 — . 

You ng Mining Captain, The. Joseph 
F. Lean. A tract for youth. Signed 
T. R. J., London. 

Young Native, A., R.A.D. Ralph 
Allen Dan'iell. A few words about New 
Zealand. By ... " Helston Grammar 
School Mag.," 1857-59. 

Young Nobleman, A. Lord ]^w- 
haitle, son of Lord Ancram. Chosee 
emblems . . . Written for the amuse- 
ment of . . . L. 1772. 

Young Physician, A. John Spence, 
Jr. Ship and shore ; or, pencil sketches 
on a recent voyage to, and a tour in old 
England. By . . . B. 1847. 

Young Relative, A. Theoderick 
Bland Dudley. Letters of John Ean- 
dolj)li, to . . . P. 1834. 

Young Scotsman now a Volunteer 
in the Corsican Service, A. James 
Boswell(l) A North Briton extraordi- 
nary. Written by . . . L. 1769. 

Young Scottish Lady, A. Margaret 
Cuninghame. The Popish dungeons 

open again : a few words on the per- 
secution of ... at Florence, etc. L. 

Young Shepherd, A. Lsaac Ritson. 
Copy of a k'tlcr wrote by . . . to liis friend 
in Borrow(hile. A new edition, to wliicli 
is added a glossary of Cumberland words, 
by James Clarke, autlior of the Survey 




and description of the lakes, Penrith, 

Young Sicilian, The. Luigi Monti, 
in Longfellow's " Wayside Inn." 

Young Veteran, The. Lawrence 

Younker, A. Josiak Cobb. A green- 
hand's first cruise. By . . , Bait. 1841. 


Z. Samuel Edmund Sewall, in the 
"Christ. Exam.," Vol. IV., p. 200. B. 

Zena, Harry. George H. Butler. 

Zenas. George Taylor. (1) See "Lay- 
Member of the Church of England, A." 
— (2) The Scriptural doctrine of man's 
salvation, as stated in a sermon pub- 
lished by the Bishop of Chester, irrecon- 
cilable with the liturgy, articles, and homi- 
lies ; a letter . . . Manchester, 1818. 

Zeta. Rev. William Woodis Har- 
vey. On the use of granite. By . . . 
In the "Cornish Mag.," 1828, pp. 107- 

Zethar. Francis Harvey. The auto- 
biography of . . . Natal, 1868. 

Zofim, Migdal. Israel Pick. 1855, 

Zoophilus. Edward Blytk. His sig- 
nature in " Land and Water," and in the 
" Field." 


Part II. 

Abbe, Cleveland, 1838-. The Direc- 
tor. An American meteorologist; b. in 
New York City ; educ. at tlie New York 
Free Acad. ; director of the Cincinnati 
observatory, 1867-71 ; in the United 
States Signal Service at Washington 
since 1871. 

Abbey, Edwin Austin, 1852-. The 
Chestnut. An American artist; b. in 
Pliiladelphia ; illustrator of books and 
periodicals ; resident chiefly in New York 
City ; but since 1883 in London. 

Abbot, Ezra. E. A. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 325. 

Abbott, Charles, 2d Baron Colchester, 
1798-1867. A Member of Parliament. An 
English naval oflScer ; educ. at West- 
minster School ; entered the Royal Navy, 
1811 ; admiral on tlie retired list, 1864. 

Abbott, Rev. EdAvard, 1841-. Uncle 
Paul; Glianning ; Kllerij ; Windsor. An 
American clergyman ; b. at Farmington, 
Me.; Univ. of New York City, 1860; 
Andover Theol. Sem., 1860-62; Epis- 
copal minister at North Cambridge, 
1880-87 ; and for several years editor 
of the " Literary World." 

Abbott, Rev. Edwin Abbott, 1838-. 
A Square. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 325. 

Abbott, Mrs. Sarah F. Selina. An 
American religions writer for the young. 

A Beckett, GUbert Abbott, 1811-56. 
The Perambulutimj P/iilosoji/icr ; Sleekhead. 
An English comic writer ; b. in London ; 
educ. at Westminster Scdiool; wrote for 
the London " Times," " Morning Herald," 
etc. ; d. at Bonlogne-sur-Mer. 

Abel, Mrs. Peter E. Hilda. An 
American writer of tlie day, of Pliiladel- 

Abernethy, John, M.D., 1764-1831. 
Doctor M ii-Buok. An Englisli surgi'on ; 
b. in London ; studied surgery at St. 
Bartholomew and the London hospitals ; 

assistant-surgeon and surgeon at the 
former, 1787-1827 ; d. at Enfield. 

Abraham, Henry Augustus. Luna- 
rian. All American writer of the day. 

Adair, Robert. Robin Adair. An 
Irishman ; a descendant of the Desmond 
Fitz Geralds; d. about 1789. 

See " N. and Q.," 3d Series, pp. 233, 

Adam, Mme. Edmond. Comte Paul 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 326. 

Adam, William. W. A. An Amer- 
ican clergyman ; for some years an Eng- 
lish Baptist missionary in India ; became 
a Unitarian missionary there; later came 
to this country, and resided at the West. 

Adams, Mrs. B. Leith. B. L. A. An 
English writer of the day. 

Adams, Charles. Timothij Templeton. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 326. 

Adams, Charles Coffin, D.D. Tlie 
Rector of St. Mnri/'s Church, iVew York. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 326. 

Adams, Charles Francis. C. F. A. 

See "I. and P.," First Series,pp.306, 326. 

Adams, J. F. C. Bruin. An Amer- 
ican publisher, in 1887, of the firm Beadle 
& Adams, 98 William Street, New York 

Adams, John, 1735-1826. A Veteran. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 326. 

Adams, John Greenleaf. Her Hus- 
band. An American minister ; b. 1810, at 
Portsmouth, N.H. He was editor of the 
" Gospel Teacher." 

Adams, John Quiney. A Celebrated 
Personable ; ./. Q. A. 

See " I. and 1'.," First Series, p. 326. 

Adams, John Turvill, 1805-82. J. 
T. A. All American lawyer and journal- 
ist; b. in Demarara, South America; 
Yale Coll., 1824 ; was for a time a jour- 
nalist, then a lawyer; residing from 1844 
at Norwich, Conn., where the latter pan 




of his life he devoted himself to literary 
pursuits ; and d. there. 

Adams, WiUiam Bridges, 1797- 
1872. Junius liedivivus. 

See " I. and P.," Mrst Series, p. 327. 

Adams, William Heiiry Daven- 
port. Arthur H. Elliott ; IV. H. D. A. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 327. 

Adains-Aeton, Mrs. . Jeanie 

Her'imj. An English writer of the day. 

Adamson, John. J. A. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 327. 

Addington, Henry, Lord Sidmouth. 
The Doctor. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 327. 

Addington, Rev. Stephen, 1729-96. 
Eusebes. An English Dissenting clergy- 
man ; b. at Northampton ; was a-pupil of 
Dr. Doddridge ; became a schoolmaster 
of some repute ; then in 1781 the min- 
ister of a congregation in London, where 
he died. 

Addison, Joseph. Atticus. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 327. 

Adet, Pierre Aiigiiste, 1763-1832. 
The French Minister. A French chem- 
ist and politician ; b. at Nevers ; minis- 
ter to the United States, 1795-97 ; was 
& member of the French Assembly in 

Adgate, Mathew. A Citizen of New 
York. An American religious writer of 
nearlv one hundred years ago. 

Adiersparre, Carl August, Count, 
1810-62. Albano. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 327. 

Adolphus, Otto. A Olergipnan. An 
Englisli clergyman; C. C. C, Cambridge, 
1851 ; Englisli lecturer to K. C. Ev. Class 
Department, 1857-86 ; residing at Lynd- 
hurst-road, Camberwell. 

Afzelius, Rev. Arvid August, 1785- 
1871. Are Pederson. A Swedish clergy- 
man, poet, and historian. 

Agassiz, Jean Louis Kodolphe, 1807- 
73. L. A. A Swiss-American natural- 
ist ; b. at Motier ; educ. at home and at 
Lausanne ; studied medicine at Zurich ; 
came to this country in 1846 ; professor 
in the Scientific School at Cambridge, 
1847-73; director of the Museum of 
Comparative Zoology, 1862-73; died in 

Agg, John, -1813. Peter Pindar, jun. ; 
Humplireij Hedgehog. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 328. 

Agrell, Mrs. Alfhild. Thyra. A Swed- 
ish novelist and miscellaneous writer. 

Aikin, Dr. John. J. A. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 328. 

Ailvin, Lucy. L. A. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 328. 

Ailcman, William Robertson. A 

Soldier of the Cross. An English relig- 
ious writer of the day. 

Ainslie, Whitelaw, M.D. A North 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 328. 

AinsAvorth, Rev. Thomas. A Pres- 
byter of the Church of England. An Eng- 
lish clergyman in the first part of the 
eighteenth century ; minister of West- «* 

Aitken, Andrew. A Cultivator of the 
Ground. A Scottish writer. 

Aitken, Mrs. Jane (Carlyle). J. G. 
A. A Scottish lady; daughter of Thomas 

Alton, Rev. Thomas. T.A. A Scot- 
tish clergyman ; early in the eighteenth 
century; minister at Alyth. 

Akenside, Mark, M.D., 1721-70. The 
Bard of the Imaqinution. 

See '" I. and P.," First Series, p. 328. 

Akerman, John Yonge. J. Y. A. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 328. 

Alden, William Livingston, 1837-. 
" Funny Man of the Times " ; Jimmy 
Broicn. An American humorist; b. at 
Williamstown, Mass. ; educ. at Lafay- 
ette and Jefferson Colls., 1858 ; and stud- 
ied law ; in 1885 was appointed United 
States consul-general at Rome. 

Aldwinkle, . Al-w-le. The 

name of a rectory in Northamptonshire. 

Alexander, Mrs. Cecil Frances 
(Humphreys). C. F. H.; C. F. A. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 329. 

Alexander, James Waddel, D.D., 
1804-59. Charles Quill. 

See "L and P.," First Series, p. 329. 

Alexander, John, D.D. An Observer. 
A Scottish clergyman ; incumbent of St. 
Columba's Episcopal Chapel ; afterwards 
minister of St. Paul's Church, Edinburgh. 

Alexander, Mrs. Susan M. S. M. A. 
An American religious writer of the 

Alexander, William. Ajic. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 329. 

Alfeston, Stephen. A.; A . A 

French poet; French teacher at Fal- 
mouth and at the Belle Vue Acad., Pen- 
rhyn ; d. at Falmouth. 

Alger, IMiss Abbie Langdon, 1850-. 
Out and About. An American writer; 
b. at Roxbury ; daughter of the Rev. 
William Rounseville Alger; has con- 
tributed to the "Hearth and Home," the 
Boston " Transcript," etc. 

Alger, Francis, A.M., 1807-63. A. 
An American n)ineralogist; b. at Easton, 
Mass.; Hon. A.M. at Harv. Univ., 1849; 
in 1856 succeeded his father in the man- 




ageuient of the South Boston Iron Com- 
pany ; d. in Washington, D.C. 

Alger, William Rounseville, 1823-. 
A. ; IF. R. A. An American clergyman ; 
b. at Freetown, Mass. ; Cambridge 
Theol. School, 1847; Hon. A.M. at 
Harv. Univ., 1852 ; pastor in Boston, 
1855-74; in New York City, 1875-78; 
resided at the West, 1878-81; in 1881 
returned to Boston. 

Alison, Sir Archibald, 1792-1867. 
A Member of the Facult i of Advocates. 
An eminent British historian ; b. at 
Kenley, Shropshire ; educ. at the Univ. 
of Edinburgh; called to the bar in 1814; 
contributed extensively to " Blackwood's 
Magazine," besides writing his history 
(which had a wonderful sale) and other 
works ; d. at Glasgow. 

Allen, Eev. Benjamin, 1789-1829. 
.Tuba ; Osander. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 330. 

Allen, Charles Grant Blairfindie, 
1848-. Cecil Power; J. Arbuthnot Wil- 
son. An English naturalist ; b. in Can- 
ada ; educ. at Oxford ; professor in 
. Queen's Coll., Jamaica, 1873, and its 
principal, 1874-77 ; since 1877 has re- 
sided in England, engaged in literary 

Allen, Rev. George. A Massachu- 
setts Freeman ; Vindex. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 330. 

Allen, John, M.D., 1770-1843. A 
Retired Practitioner ; A Phijsician. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 330. 

Allen, Rev. John. Sidneij. An 
American clergyman; professor in the 
Univ. of Maryland. 

See " I. and P.," First Scries, p. 330. 

Allen, Rev. Joseph Henry, 1820-. 
J. II. A. An American clergyman and 
author ; b. in Northborough, Mass. ; 
educ. at Ilarv. Univ. ; has for many 
years resided at Cambridge, Mass., witli- 
out pastoral charge, but employed 
chiefly in literary work ; in 1887 editor 
of the " Unitarian Review." 

Allen, Ralph, 1G94-17G4. Mr. AU- 
worthi/ ; S'r/nire Allu'orthij. An English 
gentleman ; b. at St. Blazey, Corn- 
wall ; d. at Bath; was called "The 
Man of Bath," and a caricature por- 
trait of him was entitled, " The one- 
headed corporation." Pope wrote of 
him : — 

"Let humble Allen, witli an awkward sbanie, 
Do good by Mtealtli, and bhrnb lo lind it fame." 

Allen, Samuel Aclams(0, ]805-(i5. 
»S''/c. An American writer; b. in I'itts- 
fiel.l; William.s Coll., 1825; became a 
clergyman, but, his voice failing, he 

only preached occasionally, residing in 
his native town, where he died. 

Allen, William Francis. Marcel, 
An American educator; brother of Rev. 
Joseph Henry Allen ; born in North- 
borough, Mass. ; educ. at Harv. Univ. ; 
professor in the Univ. of Wisconsin since 

Allibone, Samuel Austin. The Re- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 330. 

AUingham, William. Pollex and 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 330. 

Allyn, Robert, D.D., LL.D., 1817. 
Richard Rinejwood ; Roi/al L. Brent. An 
eminent American clergyman ; b. at 
Ledyard,New London Co., Conn.; Wes- 
leyan Univ., 1841 ; resident at Carbon- 
dale, Jackson Co., Illinois, in 1881. 

Almkvist, Prof. H. —/.■—. A Swed- 
ish author and translator. 

Almon, John. The Author of the Re- 
view of Mr. Pitfs Administration. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 330. 

Almond, Hely Hutchinson. A Lai; 
Head-Master. An English educator; 
head-master of the Loretto Scliool. 

Almquist, Carl Jonas Ludvig, 1793- 
1866. C. J. L. A. A Swedisli dramatist, 
novelist, clergyman, and journalist ; d. 
at Bremen. 

Alsop, Anthony, -1726. Tomj Alsop, 
a late Editor of the " ^Esopean Fables." 
An English poet and miscellaneous writer; 
educ. at Westminster School, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford ; Rector of Bright- 
well, Berks., wliere he died. 

Alsop, Richard, 1761-1815. The 
" Hartford Wits." 

See'" I. and P.," First Series, p. 331. 

Alvensleben, Karl Lu(l\vig Fried- 
rich Wilhelm Gustav von, 1800-68. 
C/odwi</ ; (liistar Scllcn. A (Jerman novel- 
ist ; b. at BerUn ; was for some years an 
officer in tlie Hanover and tlie Prussian 
service ; but from 1828 devoted liimself at 
Vienna to literary labor, and d. there. 

Ames, Fisher. Un Americain, ancien 
Membrs dn C'onr/res ; Hercides. 

wSee " I. and P.," First Series, p. 331. 

Anihurst, Nicholas, 1706-42. A 
Member <f the Constitution Club ; Collet/ 
Cibber ; Hiimphrei/ Oldcustle, Esq. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 331. 

Aniory, Thomas, 1691-1789. English 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 331. 

Amsinck, G. Inquisitor. An Eng- 
lisli brewor(?). 

Anderson, Alfred. — Lfr — . A Swed- 
ish writer. 




Anderson, I. H. Willis Loveyouth. 
An American writer for the young. 

Anderson, James. Agricola. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 332. 

Anderson, William. The Lamb- 
Leader. A Scottish poet ; schoolmaster 
at Kirriemuir. 

Andrew, Nicholas Jeffery, 1798- 
1873. Aquarist. An English amateur 
mathematician ; b. at Mazarion ; white- 
smith at St. Clare Street, Penzance, 
where he died. 

Andre'ws, Mrs. . Mrs. Swerdna. 

Andrews, A. O. An Honorary Member 
of the Washington Light Infantry ; A. O.A. 
An American writer of Charleston, S.C. 

Andrews, Charles. A Prisoner in 
England. An American soldier ; im- 
prisoned at Dartmoor. 

Andrews, J. P. Persius. An Ameri- 
can writer of Washington, D.C. 

Angell, Joseph Kinnicut, 1794- 
1857. J. K. A. An American lawyer 
and legal writer; b. in Providence, R.I. ; 
educ. at Brown Univ. ; and admitted to 
the bar in 1816; was editor of the "Law 
Intelligencer and Review," 1829-31 ; d. 
in Boston, Mass. 

Anne, Queen of England, 1665-1714. 
Fontanelle ; Mrs. Morley. An English 
sovereign; b. at Twickenham ; succeeded 
William III. in 1702; was the last sover- 
eign of the house of Stuart. 

Anne-son, James. — See " Maxwell, 

Annet, Peter. Tlie Considerer ; A 
Moral Philosopher. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 332. 

Anspach, Elizabeth, Margravine of, 
1750-1828. H. S. S., the M. of A. An 
English dramatist ; the youngest daugh- 
ter of Augustus, 4th Earl of Berkeley; 
in 1767 slie married Mr. William Craven, 
afterwards the 6tli Earl of Craven ; in 
1780 the}^ separated, and Lady Craven 
travelled in Europe; she visited Ans- 
pach, and took up her abode with the 
margrave ; wrote to her husband that 
she was to be treated as his sister; Lord 
Craven dying in 1791, she married the 
margrave ; d. at Naples. 

Ansted, David Thomas, 1812-80. 
H. W. An Englisli geologist ; b. in 
London ; educ. at Cambridge ; professor 
of geology at King's Coll., London ; d. at 
his residence, near Woodbridge, Suffolk. 

Anstey, Christopher. C. A., Esq. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 332. 

Anstis, John, 1669-1745. iV. ^S". ; 
The Editor. An English heraldic writer; 
b. at St. Neots, Cornwall ; educ. at Exe- 
ter Coll., Oxford, and at the Inner Tem- 

ple, London ; M.P., 1702 ; Garter King at 
Arms, 1718-45; d, at Mortlake. 

Anstis, Rev. Matthew, 1740-1823. 
P. K. An English Baptist clergyman ; 
b. at St. Germains ; minister at Bridport, 
1767-1823, where he died. 

Anthony, Matilda. Matilda. An 
American poet of Richmond, Va. 

Anthony, W. B. W. B. A. An Eng- 
lish educational writer of the day. 

Anzengruber, Ludwig. 183P-. Lud- 
wig G'rilber. A German novelist of the 
day ; b. at Vienna ; was an actor 1860- 
67; since 1871 has devoted himself to 
literary pursuits in his native city. 

Appleton, Jesse, D.D., 1772-1819. J. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 333. 

Appleton, Thomas Gold, 1812-84. 
T. G. A. An American author; b. in 
Boston, Mass. ; educ. at the Boston 
Latin School and Harv. Univ. ; after- 
wards spent much of his life abroad; 
was a liberal patron of the fine arts, and 
gave efficient aid to the various institu- 
tions at Boston and Cambridge; d. in 
New York City. 

Appleyard, Rev. Ernest Silvanus. 
E. S. A. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 333. 

Arbuckle, James. A Student in the 
Unirersiti/ of Glasqow. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 333. 

Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735. A 
Gentleman in the Citi/ ; Jonathan Swift. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 333. 

Archbold, Richard, Esq. Squire 
Dick. An Irish poet of the earlier part 
of the eighteenth century. 

Argles, Mrs. Margaret. — See " Hun- 
gerford, Mrs. M. (A)." 

Aristarchi BEY, Demetrius. Chart- 
cles. A Turkish writer of the dny. 

Armour, James. A True Lover of his 
Countri/. A Scottish political economist 
of tlie first part of the eighteenth century. 

Armstrong, Miss Frances Char- 
lotte. F. C. A. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 333. 

Armstrong, Rev. Geoi-ge. A Lately 
Beneficed Cltrgyman. An English minis- 
ter [Unitarian minister of BristolC?)]. 

Armstrong, John, 1758-1848. A 
Practical Farmer ; ]\Jons. Tombo. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 333. 

Armstrong, Rev. John, 1771-97. Al- 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 333. 

Armstrong, Samuel Turell, 1784- 
1850. 6'. T. A. An American pub- 
lisher and bookseller; was mayor of 
Boston and lieutenant-governor of Mas- 




sachusetts; and when, in 1836, Governor 
Davis was elected senator, Mr. Arm- 
strong became acting governor. 

Arinstroug, William. An Old Besi- 
dent ; Kinmont Willie. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 334. 

Arnett, Richard. Jack Catch. An 
English political writer of the first part 
of the eighteenth century. 

Arnold, Thomas F. Kajetan. Franz 
Joseph Gall. 

Arnold, Thomas James, 1804(?)-77. 
T.J. A. An English barrister; son of 
Stephen James Arnold ; called to the bar 
in 1829 ; appointed magistrate at the Wor- 
ship Street Police Court in 1847, and trans- 
ferred to the Westminster Court in 1851 ; 
and held the latter appointment till his 

Arnold, Thomas Kerchever. T. 
K. A. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 334. 

Arthur, Grace. A Lady. An Eng- 
lish poet of one hundred years ago. 

Arthur, Timothy Shay. Uncle Her- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 335. 

Arwidsson, Adolf Iwar, 1791-1858. 
Sonen i Ornskog. A Swedish poet and 

Ashdowne, Rev. William, 1723-1810. 
An Impartial Hand. An English Unita- 
rian ; b. at Tunbridge Wells ; removed to 
Dover in 1757, and was pastor there of 
the General Baptist Church, without pay, 
for twenty-two years (1759-81); and filled 
the same position till his death in 1810. 

Ashley, Rev. Ed\vard. The Chaplain 
of the Rer/iment. An American clergyman ; 
chaplain of the 1st Regiment, Connecticut 
Volunteers, Heavy Artillery, in the late 
civil war. 

Ashton, Charles, 1665-1752. B. W. 
[R. Warren]. An English scholar and 
divine ; b. at Bradway, in the parish of 
Norton, Derbyshire; Queen's Coll., Cam- 
bridge, 1682 ; master of Jesus Coll., Cam- 
bridge, 1701, and vice-chancellor of the 
Univ., 1702-52; d. at Cambridge. 

Ashtoii, Thomas. Seborr.ns Basilicus. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 335. 

Ashvvorth, John Hervey, M.A. An 
Enf/lishmdn. An English writer; B.A., 
Oxford, 1819 ; M.A., 1825. 

Askew, Miss . A Ladi/. An 

English writer of one hundred years 

Aslund, Daniel. Gdk G'okson Gok. 
A Swedish autlior. 

Aspland, Rev. Robert. Tlte Editor 
of the Christian Refornwr, etc. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 336. 

Aspland, Robert Brook. The Editor 
of the Christian Reformer, etc.. New Series. 
An English clergyman ; son of tiie pre- 
ceding; pastor at Dukinfield. 

Assheton, William, D.D., 1641-1711. 
A Divine of the Church of England. An 
English clergyman ; son of the rector of 
Middleton, in Lancashire ; educ. at Ox- 
ford ; rector of Beckenham, in Kent, 
1670, where he died. 

Astell, Mrs. Mary. Madonellu ; Pla- 
toune : A Lady ; A Very Moderate Person, 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 336. 

Atkins, Mrs. Anna. A. A. 

Si'e " I. and P.," First Series, p. 336. 

Atkins, Sergeant . An Officer of 

the United States Armi/. 

Atkinson, Rev. Henry, 1802-63. 0. 
An Englisli clergj-man ; educ. at Magda- 
len Coll., Cambridge; B.A., 1828; mas- 
ter of Falmouth Grammar School, 1829- 
42; head-masterof Drax Grammar School, 
Yorkshire, 1842-45; incumbent of Barm- 
by-on-the-Marsh, Yorksliire, 1845-63. 

Atkinson, Sir Jasper 

See "''l. and P.," First Series, p. 336. 

Atkinson, Mary Ellen. T. W. 0. 
An American poet of BostonC?). 

Atkinson, Thomas, Jr., about 1800- 
33. Percy Yorke, Jr. A Scottish writer ; 
lived in Glasgow. 

Atkinson, William Parsons, A.M. 
IF. P. A. ; An Older One ivho has been 
through(^). An American scholar ; Harv. 
Univ., 1838; in 1887, professor of Eng- 
lish and history at the Massachusetts In- 
stitute of Teclinology. 

Atterbury, Francis, 1662-1732. Frank 
Scam mom/. 

See " 1. and P.," First Series, p. 336. 

Atwater, Caleb, 1778-1867. A Citi- 
zen of Ohio. An American lawyer; b. in 
North Adams, Mass. ; educ. at Williams 
Coll., and studied law; in 1811 lie re- 
moved to Ohio, where lie held important 
public oflSces ; d. at Circleville, 0. 

Aubert, Mrs. Elise. E — e. A Nor- 
wegian novelist. 

Aubin, Charles. Steeple Jack. An 
American meclianic, of Boston, Mass. ; 
repairs, paints, gilds, slates, removes the 
highest churcii spires, without erecting a 

Audubon, Mrs. Lucy (Bakewell), 
-1874. His Widow. An American lady ; 
wife of Jolin James Audubon ; d. at Sliel- 
byville, Ivy. 

Aufrere, Anthony, 1756-1833. A. 
Viator. An English antiquary of Old 
Foulsham Hall, Norfolk ; b. at Hoveton 
Hall, Norfolk; d. at Pisa. 




Auren, J. A. J. A. A, A Swedish 

Aust, Mrs. Sarah, 1744-1811. The 

Hon. Mrs. Murray of Kensington. An 
English writer, whose- first husband was 
the Hon. William Murray ; and after 
his death, in 1786, she married Mr. 
George Aust; d. at Noel House, Ken- 

Austin, Alfred, 1835-. A. A. An 
English poet, critic, and journalist ; b. at 
Headingley, near Leeds; educ. at Stoney- 
hurst" Coll. and St. Mary's Coll., Oscott ; 
B.A. at the Univ. of London in 1853; and 
in 1857 was called to the bar at Inner 
Temple ; has devoted himself to liter- 
ary pursuits ; has written for the " Stan- 
dard " newspaper and the " Quarterly 
Review"; in 1887 editor of the "Na- 
tional Review." 

Austin, William, 1778-1841. Decius. 
An American lawyer of Charlestown, 
Mass.; Harv. Coll., 1798; b. and d. in 

Austin, Rev. Wiltshire Stanton, Jr. 

W. S. A. 

See " L and P.," First Series, p. 337. 

Avery, Samuel P. Mrs. Partington^ 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 337. 

Awdry, Miss Frances, and others. 
Niiie Authors. An English author of the 

Axelson, Arvid. Cabriolo. A Swed- 
ish writer. 

Ayres, James. A Gentleman late of 
Trinitji College. An English dramatist of 
the eighteenth century. 

Ayrton, William, Esq., 1777-1858. 
Edward Fitzqihbon. . 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 337. 

Ayscough, Francis, D.D., 1700-66. A 
Member of the Uiiiivrsiti/. An English di- 
vine ; b. at St. Olave's, Southwark ; educ. 
at Oxford ; rector of North Church, Berk- 
hanistead, 1740; afterwards dean of Bristol. 

Aytoun, Roger. A Trustee of the 
Fife and Mid-Lothian Ferries. A Scot- 
tish gentleman of Inchdairnie. 

Babad, P. A Professor of the Spanish 
and Portuguese languages, in St. Mary's 
College. A Portuguese(?) teacher of 
modern languages in London, sixty years 

Babcock, James Staunton, -1847. 
Philulethes. An American poet ; Yale 
Coll., 1840; d. at his home, Coventry, 

Babson, Mrs. E. M. Esther Sarah 

Bache, Alexander Dallas, 1806-67. 
The Superintendent of the Coast Survey. 
An eminent American scientist; b. in 
Philadelphia ; educ. at the United States 
Military Acad, at West Point; professor 
in the Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1828-41 ; 
superintendent of the Coast Survey, 
1843-67 ; d. at Newport, R.I. 

Bache, Benjamin Franklin. Oliver 
Fair play. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. .338. 

Backlund, Joseph. Phitaletes. 

Bacon, Anthony, about 1558-. A 
Member of Parliament. An English politi- 
cal writer ; half-brother of Francis Bacon. 

Bacon, Lady Charlotte Mary, 1801- 
80. lanthe. An English lady, 2d daughter 
of the 5th Earl of Oxford, and widow of 
General Anthony Bacon ; b. and d. in 

Bacon, Mrs. Eliza Ann (Munroe). 

A Lady. An American religious writer ; 
wife of Rev. Henry Bacon. 

Bacon, Francis, A.M. R. M. T. H. 
An American journalist; brother of Rev. 
Dr. Leonard Bacon, of New Haven,. 
Conn. ; graduate at Yale Coll. in 1838, 
and d. in 1849. 

Bacon, George Blagden. John 
Tripod. An American writer of the 

Bacon, Rufus Henrj^ 1820-59. 
Li. LL. B. An American clergyman ; 
Hamilton Coll., Clinton, N.Y., 1842; 
Cambridge Divinity School, 1847. 

Bacon, William Johnson, LL.D., 
1803-. His Father. An American jurist; 
b. at Williamstown, Mass. ; removed to 
Utica, N.Y., in 1814; Hamilton Coll., 
1822; called to the bar, 1824; justice of 
the New York supreme court, 1853-70;. 
M.C., 1877-79. 

Badcock, John, -1830. John Hinds. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 339. 

In " I. and P." " John Hinds " is J. Bell. Ste- 
phen's "National Biography" makes it John 

Badger, Rev. Henry Clay, 1833-. 

A Delegate ; A Stalwart Republican. An 
American clergyman ; b. at Mendon, 
N.Y. ; Antioch Coll., 1857 ; in the minis- 




try from his graduation ; in 1887 assis- 
tant in Harv. Univ. Library. 

Badger, Stephen, 1725-1803. A 
Minister. An American minister; b. in 
Charlestown, Mass. , Harv. Coll., 1747 ; 
missionary over the Indians at Natick, 
Mass., 1753-1803. 

Badham, Charles David, M.D., 
1806-57. S'-arnbceus. An English natu- 
ralist ; b. in London ; educ. at Eton and 
Oxford ; afterwards resided a long time 
on the continent, especially at Rome 
and Paris ; still later he entered the 
church, and held curacies in Norfolk 
and Suffolk'. 

Backstrom, Per Johan Edvard, 
1841-86. Edvard. A Swedish journal- 
ist, poet, and dramatist ; b. and d. at 
Stockholm ; educ. at Upsala ; in 1877 
became a journalist. 

Baiierle, Adolph. Fels. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 346. 

Bagger. Carl Christian, 1807-46. 
Johan llarring. A Danish poet ; pub- 
lished at Copenhagen in 1860-67. 

Bags, John Dryden. P. Virr/iliiis 

The uaiiae is probably assumed ; it is too much 
like John Dryden (Bayes), who translated Virgil. 

Bagshaw, William, 1628-1702. 
Apostle of the Peak. An Englisli Non- 
conforming divine ; b. at Litton, in the 
parish of Tideswell ; educ. at Cambridge ; 
received holy orders ; preached for some 
time, when in 1662 he was one of the 
two thousand ejected ; he was buried at 

Bailey, Mr. . Edmund Alton. An 

American writer of the day. 

Bailey, George. Oliver Oldhoij. 

Bailey, Picv. Henry. //. B. 

Sec " I. and P.," First Series, p. 340. 

Bailey, Philip James, 18 16-. The 
Nottini/ham Poet. An English poet ; b. 
at Nottingham ; educ. at the Univ. of 
Glasgow ; called to the bar at Lincoln's 
Inn, 1840; devoted himself chiefly to 
literary pursuits. 

Bailey, Urania L/ocke (Stoughton), 
1820-82. Una Locke. An American 
writer ; b. at Gill, Franklin Co., Mass. ; 
and married Mr. B. D. Bailey of Provi- 
dence, K.I. 

Baillie, John. A Lover of Liherti/. 
A Scottish advocate, of the first half of 
the eighteenth century. 

Bailly, Jean Sylvain, 1736-03. An 
Eije-Witness ; Un Temoin ornlaire. An 
eminent J'rench astronomer, phiiosopiier, 
and eloquent writer; b. in Paris; first 
presiflent of the States-General ; d. by tiic 

Bain, Donald. One of themselves. A 
Scottisli accountant in Edinburgh. 

Baine, James, 1710-90. J. B. An 
eminent Scottish minister; b. at bonhill,. 
Dumbartonshire ;' educ. at the the Univ. 
of Glasgow ; he was minister at Paisley 
(having John Witherspoon as a col- 
league), 1756-66; at Edinburgh from 
1766, whereC^) he died. 

Baird, Robert, D.D., 1798-1863. 
Americanus; An American; P. B. An 
eminent American theologian ; b. in 
Fayette Co., Penn. ; studied theology at 
Princeton, N.J. ; agent and secretary of 
the American Foreign Christian Union, 
1839-55; d. at Yonkers, N.Y. 

Baker, Anselm, 1834-85. F. A. 
[Frater Anselm]. An English artist; 
learned drawing and painting at Hard- 
man's studios, in Birmingham ; in 1857 
became a Cistercian monk, at Mount 
St. Bernard's Abbey, Leicestershire ; and 
d. there. 

Baker, Delphine Paris. Delphine. 
An American writer of Chicago. 

Baker, George, 1781-1851. Cr. B. 
An English topographer; b. at North- 
ampton; his first printed work was "A 
Catalogue ^of books, etc. ; printed at . . . 
Strawberry Hill ..." London, 1810; he 
was a Unitarian, and a magistrate of the 
borough of Northampton ; d. in that 

JBaker, George Melville, 1832-. Uno. 
An American author of amateur dramas; 
b. in Maine; in 1887 publisher in Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Baker, Mrs. Harriet Newell 
(Woods). FT. N. W. B.; Aunt Ilattie. 

See " I. and 1'.," First Series, p. 340. 

Baker, Henry, F.R.S., 1698-1774. 
Ilennj Stonerastle. 

Sec -'I. and P.," First Scries, p. 340. 

Baker, John Wynn, -1775. A 
Friend to the Nation. An English econo- 
mist; was from 1764 till his death offi- 
cially connected with the Dublin Society, 
under tlie patronage of whicli he estab- 
lislied at Lauglilinstown, county of Kil- 
dare, a factory for making all kinds of 
imi)lemcnts of husbandry; d. at Wynn's 
Field, county of Kildare. 

Baker, Mrs. Sarah S. (Tuthill). Aunt 
Frieiidli/. An English autiior of the day. 

Baker, Thomas. Nick Doubt. An 
Englisii dramatist ; is said to have been 
tlie editor of the "Female Tattler," in 

Baker, William, 1742-85. Alfred. 
An English i)rinter; b. at Reading; he 
was api)renticed to Mr. Ki])pax, a printer 
of J.,()ndon ; on the death of whom he 




succeeded to the business ; afterwards 
removing to Ingram Court, where he was 
in partnership with John William Gala- 
tin; (1. in London. 

BaldAvyn, Edward. Trim. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 341. 

Balestier, Charles Woleott, 1861-. 
Crepin. An American journalist of the 
day ; b. in Rochester, N.Y. ; studied one 
year at Cornell. 

Ball, Edward. " Creation " Ball. An 
English poet ; author of " Creation," a 
now forgotten poem. 

Ballantyne, James Robert, LL.D., 
-1864. J. B. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 341. 

Ballard, J. A Protestant Churchman. 
An English religious writer. 

Ballou, llev. Adin. A Consistent 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 341. 

Balzac, Honore de. Alfred Cou- 
di-eux ; Alexandre de B . . . ; Henri B. ; 
Lord R'hoone. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 342. 

Bancroft, George, 1800-. U. B. An 
American historian ; b. at Worcester, 
Mass.; educ. at Harv. Univ., 1817; then 
spent some years in Germany; Ph.D. 
at Berlin, 1820; secretary of war under 
President Polk; minister at Berlin, 1871- 
74 ; has of late years resided chiefly at 

Baiifield, Thomas Charles. A Politi- 
cal Economist. An English writer of 

Banim, Michael. Bar 

See "I. and P.," First 

Banister, Tliomas. 
An English writer. 

Banks, George Nugeiil 
graduate Pen ; An Eton Boi/. 
lish writer of the day ; of Cambridge 

Banks, John, 1709-51. A Gentleman 
of' the Middle Temple. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 342. 

Bannister, Saxe, 1790-1877. Phil.a- 
delphus ; LnAiujlais. An English writer ; 
b. at Bidlington House, Steyning, Sus- 
sex; Queen's Coll., Oxf., 1813; was 
called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn ; at- 
torney-general of New South Wales, 
1823-26 ; became a gentleman bedel of 
the Royal Coll. of Physicians about 
1848 ; spent the closing years of his life 
at Thornton Lodge, Thornton Heath, 
the residence of his only child, Mrs. 
Wyndliam, and d. there. 

Bai-bauld, Anna Letitia. A Dis- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 342. 

Barbe, Madame C. B. C. Barbier. 
A Frencli writer. 

Barber, Mary, 1690(1)-1757. Sap- 
phira. An Irish poet, and friend of 
Swift; her poetic name at the deanery. 

Barber, William. W. B. An Amer- 
ican writer. 

Barclay, George. A Father. A 
Scottish minister of Irvine. 

Barclay, Mrs. Sarah Blatilda (Fry). 
His Widow. An English lady ; widow of 
Robert Barclay, first of Bristol, then of 
London, a Friend, or Quaker, whom 
she married in 1857. 

Barhain, Francis. F. B. 

See " 1. and P.," First Series, p. 343. 

Barham, Richard Harris Dalton, 
1815-86. His Son. An English author; 
b. in Westwell, Kent; educ. at St. Paul's 
School, and at Oxford, after which he 
settled at Lolworth, where he resided till 
1863, when, for the sake of a warmer 
climate, he removed to Dawlish, and 
d. there. 

Baring, Alexander, 1st Baron Ash- 
burton, 1774-1848. Sand// Baring. An 
English financier and statesman, second 
son of Sir Francis Baring ; was trained as 
a banker ; being sent to the United States 
on business of his father's house, he, 
in 1798, married Anne Louisa, eldest 
daughter of William Bingham, of Phila- 
delphia ; he became the head of his 
father's firm in 1810; M.P., 1806-35 ; was 
raised to the peerage in 1835 ; English 
commissioner to the United States, 1842; 
d. at Longleat, the seat of his grandson, 
the Marquis of Bath. 

Barker, Edmund Henry. Vindex. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 343. 

Barker, Joseph, 1806-75. A Man. 
An English avithor, preacher, and con- 
troversialist ; b. at Bramley, near Leeds ; 
in 1851 came to this country and soon 
settled in Nebraska ; but in 1860 returned 
to England ; about 1868 he came back to 
America, and d. at Omaha. ^ 

Barker, Thomas, 1722-1809. T. B., 
Gent. An English scientific and mis- 
cellaneous writer ; b. and d. at Lyndon, 
Rutland ; was for many years an assidu- 
ous observer of meteorological phenom- 
ena, publishing the results in the " Phil- 
osophical Tra^actions " of the Royal 
Society. ^ , 

Barker, William Burckhardt, 
1810(?)-56. An English Prisoner i7\Rus- . 
sia. An English orientalist ; b. at Alep- 
po ; was brouglit to England in 1819, and 
educ. tliere ; was for many years I'esident 
at Tarsus in an official capacity ; d. at 
Sinope, on the Black Sea. 




Barling, Rev. John, 1804-83. An 
Old Student. An English dissenter ; b. 
at Weymouth ; was for a time (1856-58) 
a colleague of Russell Lant Carpenter, 
at Northgate End Chapel ; resided in 
studious leisure at Belle Grange, Win- 
dermere, for many years from 1858 ; and 
then at Leeds, where he died. 

Barlow, Henry Clark. A Repre- 
sentative; Enrico Clark Barlow. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 344. 

Barmby, Mrs. Katharine (Rey- 
nolds). Kate. An English writer ; wife 
of John Goodwyn Barmby (1820-81), 
who was minister of Wakefield more 
than 21 years. 

Barnard, Daniel Dewey, 1797-1861. 
D. D. B. An American lawyer; b. in 
Sheffield, ^lass.; educ. at Williams Coll. 
and studied law ; in 1821 was admitted 
to the bar, and began to practise at 
Rochester, N.Y. ; after travelling for 
some time abroad, he removed to Albany, 
and afterwards resided and d. there. 

Barnard, Frederick Augustus Por- 
ter, D.D., LL.D. F. A. P. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 344. 

Barnard, Sir John, 1685-1764. Sir 
J. B — d; An Anti-Patriot ; A Late Lord 
Mayor of London. An English merchant 
a,nd politician ; b. of Quaker parents at 
Reading ; lord mayor of London, 1737 ; 
M.P., 1722-01 ; d. at Clapliam. 

Barnes, Miss E. W. E. W. B. An 
American religious writer of the day, of 
Philadelphia (?). 

Barnes, Edwin C. Leon Claire. An 
American writer of the day, of Syracuse, 

Barnes, Henry. A Gentleman of the 
Middle Tciiijilr. An English barrister of 
the eighteenth century ; at one time one 
of the secondaries of the Court of Com- 
mon Pleas. 

Barnes, Joshua, 1654-1712. Phil- 
■argi/rius Ca7itabri(/iensis. An English 
Greek sciiolar and antiquary, the son of a 

• London tradesman; educ. at Cambridge; 
professor of Greek there, 1095-1712 ; d. 
at Hemingf<inl(?). 

Barnes, Kate D. W. Kate Cameron. 

Barnes, Ijuey E. Leader Scott. An 
English writer of the day ; daughter of 
William Barnes, poet ancl philologist. 

• >; ' Barnes, Rev. Richard William. 
, The Late Perpetual Curate of East and 

I* Went T^ooe. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 344. 
Barnes, Thomas, 1780-1841. Criti- 
cus; Thomas /joinirr, Driver of a 'Turnabout. 
See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 344. 
Barnett, Francis. Lvfevrc. An 

English gentleman ; the " Lefevre " of 
" No Fiction," a novel by Dr. A. Reed. 

Barnett, John, the Younger. His 
Son. An English writer, son of John 
Barnett, of Blaby. 

Barr, Lillie E. One who knows all 
about them. An American writer of the 

Barratt, Joseph, M.D., -1882. A 
Citizen of Middletown, Conn. An Amer- 
ican physician ; honorary M.D. at Yale 
Coll. in 1834. 

Barre, Isaac, 1720-1802. Corregio ; 
Poplicola. An Irish officer; b. at Dublin; 
educ. at Trin. Coll. ; joined the army 
in 1746, and was by Wolfe's side when 
this brave leader fell at Quebec ; M.P., 
1761-90 ; d. in Stanhope Street, May 
Fair, London(?). 

Barrett, Eaton Stannard, 1786- 
1820. E. S. B. ; A Late Resident. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 344. 

Barrett, John, D.D., 1753-1821. 
Phil. Hib. An Irish scholar ; educ. at 
Trin. Coll., Dublin ; vice-provost, 1807- 

Barrett, Jonatlian. J. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 344. 

Barrett, Samuel, D.D., 1795-1866. 
B. ; B — t. An American clergyman ; b. 
at Royalston, Mass. ; Harv. Univ., 1818; 
pastor in Boston, 1825-58 ; soon after- 
wards removed to Roxbury, and d. there. 

Barrington, John Shute, 1st Vis- 
count. *1 Layman ; The Layman. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 344. 

BarroAV, Mrs. Frances Elizabeth 
(3Iease), 1822-." Aunt Fanny. An 
American author ; b. in Charleston, S.C. ; 
educ. in New York City, and has passed 
most of her life there ; in 1841 she mar- 
ried James Barrow, Jr., of that city, and 
since 1855 has been much engaged in 
literary work. 

Barrow, John, D.D., and others. 
Five Clergymen. An Englisli clergyman; 
principal of St. Edmund Ilall, Oxford, 
and rector of Gatcombe, Newport, Isle 
of Wight, 1854-00 et seq. ; at one time 
tutor and librarian of Queen's Coll., Ox- 

Barrows, Mrs. Katherine Isabel 
(Hayes Chapin) , 1845-. B. C. B. ; Mrs. 
Shayliark. An American writer; b. at 
Irasburg, Vermont ; wife of the follow- 

Barrows, Rev. Samuel, J. 1845-. 
Mr. Sliayback. An A nu'rican clergyman ; 
b. in New York City; editor of the 
"Christian Register" (R.). 

Barry, . B . An English 

poet of Bath. 




Barry, Miss . His Daughter. An 

English lady ; daughter of Henry Barry, 
late fellow of Queen's Coll., Oxford. 

Bartholomew, Annie E. Fugerman. 

Bartlett, David W. f «». An Amer- 
ican journalist; for twenty-two years the 
Washinuton correspondent of the Spring- 
field " Republican " ; afterwards secre- 
tary to tlie Chinese embassy. 

IJai'tol, Cyrus Augustus, D.D. B. ; 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 345. 

Barton, Bernard, 1784-1849. The 
Quaker Poet. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 345. 

Barton, K. Knot-Rab. An Ameri- 
can novelist. 

Barton, Lucy. His Daughter. An 
English lady ; daughter of Bernard 

Barwell, Richard, 1741-1804. A 
Nabob. An Anglo-Indian ; b. at Cal- 
cutta; was appointed a writer on the 
Bengal establishment of the East India 
Company in 1756 ; a member of the 
council in Bengal, 1774-80; returned to 
England, it was said, with one of the 
largest fortunes ever accumulated ; M.P. 
1790-96 ; d. at Staiistead. 

Basset, Adrien Charles Alexandre. 
Robert Adrien. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 345. 

Basset, Francis, Lord de Dunstan- 
ville, 1757-1835. An Englishman. An 
English nobleman ; b. at Waltot, Co. 
Oxford ; educ. at Harrow, Eton, and 
Cambridge; M.P. 1780-84; raised to the 
House of Lords in 1796; d. at his man- 
sion, South Place, Knightsbridge. 

Bastide, Mme. Jenuy (Dufourquet), 
1792-1854. Mme. Jenng D*** ; T/ialares 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 345. 

Bate, Henry, M.R.C.S., 1846-. Puto. 
An English writer; b. at Truro. 

Batenian. Pen. John Fitzherbert; A 
Member of the C. U. B. C. [Cambridge 
Univ. Boat Club]. An English clergy- 
man ; St. John's Coll., Camb., 1851 ; rec- 
tor of North u\ South Lopham, Harling, 
Norfolk, 1681-87. 

Batenian, Mrs. Elizabeth Blower. 
Mrs. B**-* ; A Young Lad//. An English 
novoli-st of one hundred years ago. 

Batenian, James. A Member of Mag- 
dalen College, Oxford. An English cler- 
gyman; Magdalen Coll., Oxford, 1834; 
rector of East and West Leake, Notting- 
ham, 1859. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 346. 

Bates, Mrs. Harriet L. (Vose), -1886. 
Eleanor Putnam. An American writer 

of the day ; was the wife of Arlo Bates 
of Boston. 

Bather, Mrs. Liucy Elizabeth 
(Bloomfleld), 1836-64. L. E. B.; Aunt 
Lncg. An English writer for the young ; 
b. at Fulham ; in 1861 married Arthur 
Henrj"- Bather, of Meol Brace, Shrop- 
shire ; d. at " The Hall," Meol Brace. 

Bathurst, Charles. C. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 346. 

Baudry des LiOzieres, Louis Nar- 
cisse, 1761-1841. 73** i**. A French 
author and traveller; b. and d. at Paris; 
he was for some years a soldier; but 
later entered the bureaus of the Marine, 
and became the historiographer of that 

Bayford, . A Bgstander. An 

English controversial writer. 

Bayley, Frederick W. N., 1808-53. 
The Son of a Mllitarg Officer ; A Clergy- 
man in Debt. An English miscellaneous 
writer; in 1825 accompanied his father, 
who was in the army, to Barbados ; and 
remained in the West Indies for four 
years ; when he returned to England he 
found he could write in verse with con- 
siderable facility; he conducted the 
" Omnibus," and was the first editor of 
the London "Illustrated News"; d. at 

Bayly, Ada Ellen. Edna Lgall. An 
English novelist of the day. 

Bayly, Mrs. Helena (Beecher). His 
Widow. An English lady ; widow of 
Thomas Haynes Bayly. 

Bayly, Thomas Haynes, 1797-1839. 
Q in the Corner. An English song-writer,, 
novelist, and dramatist; b. at Bath; 
educ. at Winchester and at Oxford 
(without graduating) ; returned to Lon- 
don in 1824, and devoted himself to liter- 
ary work; d. at Cheltenham (T). 

Bayne, Mrs. Alicia (Pryme). His 
Daughter. An English lady ; daughter of 
G. Pryme. 

Baynes, John, 1758-87. Vale et Fru- 
ere. An English miscellaneous writer ; 
b. at Middleham, in Yorkshire ; Trin. 
Coll., Cambridge, 1777 ; admitted to 
Gray's Inn in 1778 or 1779 ; paid much 
attention to politics ; contributed politi- 
cal articles to the London "Courant"; 
wrote, anonymously, political verses, and 
translations from French and Greek po- 
ems, for the "European Magazine"; the 
"Archajological Epistle," etc., was gen- 
erally ascriljed to him, but he denied the- 
authorship; d. in London. 

Baynes, Rev. Robert Hall. The 
Vicar of S. Michael and All Angels, Cov- 
entry. An English clergyman ; St. Ed- 




mund Hall, Oxford, 1856; vicar of St. 
Michael, Coventry, 1866-79 ; rector of 
Toppesfield, Essex, 1879-80; vicar of 
Holy Trinity, Folkestone, 1880-85 ; hon- 
orable canon of Worcester, 1873 ; in 1887 
resided at Burnham, Somerset. 

Beach, Rev. John. An Aiionymons 
Author. An American clergyman. 

Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli, 
1st Earl of. Mr. Benjamins ; Manager 
of St. Stephen's Co-Operative Store; Con- 
ingsby ; A [or Delta] ; Imperial Ben ; Ben ; 
Benjamin; Dizzij ; The Premier; The 
Right Hon. B D . 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 347. 

Beamish, North Ludlow, 1797-1872. 
A Cornet. An English antiquary ; son 
of William Beamish, Esq., of Beaumont 
House, county of Cork; in 1816 he ob- 
tained a commission in tlie 4th Royal 
Irish Dragoon Guards, in which he pur- 
chased a troop in 1823 ; spent much of 
his life from 1826 in literary work; d. at 
Annmount, county of Cork. 

Bean, Rev. James. The Christian 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 347. 

Bean, Miss Mary A. The Librarian. 
An American ladv of Brookline, Mass. 

Beard, John ReUly, D.D., 1800-76. 
An Unitarian. An English minister; b. 
at Southsea, Hants. ; educ. at the Unita- 
rian Coll. at York; minister at Salford, 
Manchester, 1825; and Strangeways, the 
same city, 1848-64 ; at Sale, near Ashton- 
on-Mersey, 1865-73, and d. there. 

Beardslee, L. A. Pieseis. 

Beauclerk, Lady Diana De Vere, 
1841-. Ladij Di Beauclerk. An English 
lady ; daughter of tlie 9th Duke of St. 

Beaufoy, Charles. C. B. An Eng- 
lish natural philo.sopher. 

Beaumont, John Thomas Barber, 
1774-1841. Philanthropos, 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 348. 

Beckering, J. J. .Inhji Nathan. 

Beckett, Sir Kdmund, LL.D., 5th 
Bart., 1816-. Edmund Beckett Denison. 
An English writer; b. at Doncaster; 
succeeded his father, 1874 ; educ. at 
Eton and Trin. Colls., Oxford ; B.A., 
1838 ; LL.D., 1863 ; called to the bar at 
Lincoln's Inn, 1841 ; chancellor of York, 
1877; residence, Batch Woods, St. Al- 

Beckett, William H. Prof. Chaucer 
Jones. An American humorist of the day. 

Beckman, Krnst. E. B — n. A Swed- 
ish journalist and miscellaneous writer. 

Bedell, Gregory Thurston, 1817-. 
The Rector. An American clergyman ; 

b. in Hudson, N.Y. ; educ. at Bristol 
Coll., Penn., and at the Virginia Tlieol. 
Sem. ; assistant-bishop and bishop of 
Ohio from 1859. 

Bedford, John T. J. Litgue'. 

See "I. and 1'.," First Series, p. 348. 

Bedingfield, Thomas, 1760-89. T. 
B — g — d. An English poet; b. at York; 
educ. at the Univ. of Liege ; in 1787 com- 
menced practice as a chamber counsel in 
London, where he died. 

Behn, Mrs. Aphra (Johnson), 1040- 
89. ^4. B. An English dramatist and 
novelist ; baptized at V^jq ; spent some 
years in Surinam ; returned to England 
about 1658, and married a city mer- 
chant named Behn ; before 1666 she 
was a widow ; dedicated her life chiefly 
to " pleasure and poetry " ; d. in London, 
and was buried in Poet's Corner, West- 
minster Abbey. 

Beilby, J. Wood. Research. An Aus- 
tralian geologist of Melbourne ("?). 

Beke, Mrs. Emily (Alston). His 
Widow. An Englisli lady of Mauritius ; 
daughter of Mr. William Alston of Lei- 
cester, and widow of Charles Tiistone 

Beldam, Joseph. A Student of the 
Middle Temple. An English poet ; a 
bari'ister-at-law of the Middle Temple, 

Belfast, Frederick Richard Chi- 
chester, Earl of. Campana ; Lord 

7^ y(: jJC" viC' ^ itC- ^ ^ ^ 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 349. 

Belger, Mrs. Fanny Courtenay 
(Baylor). Fannij Courtenay Bai/lor. 
An American writer of Texas and Vir- 
ginia ; has spent many years abroad. 

Bell, Mrs. A. A Lady. An English 

BeU, Benjamin, 1749-1806. A Land- 
holder. A Scottish surgeon; b. at Dumfries; 
at seventeen was sent to the Edinburgh 
Medical School ; travelled on the Con- 
tinent, and studied at Paris ; surgeon to 
the Royal Infirmary at Edinburgh, 1772- 
1801 ; he gained a large practice, and also 
engaged considerably in agriculture ; d. 
at Newington House, Edinburgh. 

Bell, Miss Catharine Douglass, 
Cousin Kate. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 349. 

Bell, Mrs. Emily Ernst (Mynie). 
Mrs. Fairfax. An Irish writer of the 

Bell, John, and David Francis Con- 
die. An Association of Phi/sicians. 

Bell, John, 1796-1872. A physician; b. 
in Ireland; came to this country in 1810; 
graduated at the Univ. of Pennsylvania 




in 1817 ; was for several years a lec- 
turer in Philadelphia ; and afterwards 
a professor in Ohio. — See " Condie, 
D. F." 

Bell, Mrs. Nancy (Meugens). N. 
D'Anvei's. An English writer on art, 
of the day. 

Bellamy, Daniel, the Elder, 1687-. 
A Gentleman of Oxford. An English 
miscellaneous writer ; b. in London ; 
edue. at Merchant Taylors' School and 
at Oxford (which he left, without a de- 
gree, in 1709) ; and became a convej^- 
ancer's clerk. 

Bellamy, Mrs. George Anne, 1731 (?)- 
88. The Dawjiiter of Darius. An Irish 
actress ; b. at Fingal ; was the daughter 
of Lord Tyrawley, ambassador to Lisbon, 
who sent her, when she was iive years old, 
to Boulogne, where she was in a convent 
till she was eleven, when she went to Eng- 
land ; she became very eminent as an act- 
ress ; d. in London('?). 

BeUamy, Joseph, D.D., 1718 or 19- 
1790. One of his Candid Neighbours. An 
American Congregational minister; b. in 
the part of Wallingford which is now 
Cheshire, Conn.; Yale Coll., 1735 ; pastor 
in that part of Woodbury which is now 
Bethlem, Conn., 1740-90 ; and d. there. 

BeUasis, Edward, 1800-73. An Old 
Boy ; An Anglican since become a Catholic ; 
An Anglican Layman. An English bar- 
rister ; b. at. Basilden ; educ. at Christ's 
Hospital ; was called to the bar in 1824; 
was engaged in parliamentary business, 
1836-66 ; d. at Hyeres, in Provence, 

Bellew, Frank. An Ex-Tramp ; Tri- 
angle. An American writer of the day. 

Belle-w, Henry Walter. Spectator. 
An English traveller. 

BeUows, Henry Whitney, 1814-82. 
H. W. B.; B — s. An American clergy- 
man; b. in Boston ; educ. at Harv. Univ. 
and the Cambridge Divinity School ; 
pastor in New York City, 1839-82 ; d. in 
New York City. 

Bellows, John N. ./. N. B. An 
American translator. 

Bellows, William Lamb, 1802-77. 
His Son-in-law. An English Friend; 
b. at Bere Regis, Dorset ; resided at Lis- 
keard, 1829-32 ; at Pool, near Redruth, 
1841-58; at Dorchester, 1858-77, and 
d. there. 

Beloe, William. The Sexagenarian. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 350. 

Belrose, Liouis, Jr. A Poet. An Ameri- 
can writer of the day, of Philadelphia. 

Belsham, Rev. Thomas. T. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 350. 

Belshaw, Robert Redman. R. i? 

An American(Q writer. 

Beuedictsson, Mrs. Victoria. 
Ahlgren. A Swedish authoress. 

Benham, Henry W., 1817-"^ 
Engineer Officer. An America' 
b. in Connecticut ; educ. at Wesi 
served with distinction in the civil >, 
1861-05 ; was engaged as a militarv en- 
gineer, 1869-82; on^the retired list, 1882- 
84 ; d. in New York City. 

Benjamin, Park. A Voyager ; P. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 350. 

Bennet, Rev. John. A Clergyman 
of the Church of England. An English 
divine ; curate of St. Mary's, Manchester. 

Bennet, William, 1746-1820. Za- 
varre Wilmhurst. An English clergy- 
man (?) ; b. in the Tower of London; 
Emanuel Coll., Cambridge, 1767 ; Bishop 
of Cloyne, 1794; d. in London. 

Bennett, Rev. . A Presbyterian. 

A Scottish minister of the Antiburgher 
Church, Cupar-Fife. 

Bennett, Charles, -1804. The Blind 
Organist. A English poet and musician j 
b. and d. at Truro ; organist of St. Mary's 
in that town, 1764-1804; travelled 
through Cornwall as a teacher of music. 

Bennett, E. Fidelis. An English 
printer, of South Petherton. 

Bennett, William. Lee Gibbons. An 
English solicitor of Chapel-en-le-Frith, 

" Lee Gibbons " is wrongly given in " I. and 
P." as the pseudonym of Thomas lioscoe, Jr. 

See " N. and Q.," May, 1885, p. 433. 
Bennett, Rev. William James 

Early, 1804-86. W.J.E.B.; The Vicar 

of Frome- Selwood. 

■ See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 350. 

Benson, Egbert, 1746-1833. Curator. 
An American jurist; b. in New York 
City; educ. at King's [now Columbia]. 
Coll., New York City ; attorney -general 
of New York, 1777-89 ; member of the 
continental congress, 1784-88 ; M.C. the 
1st and 2d congress ; and again in 1813- 
15; judge of the supreme court of New 
York, 1794-1808 ; and a regent of the 
New York Univ., 1789-1802 ; d. at Jamai- 
ca, L.I. 

Benson, William, 1682-1754. A 
Member of the House of Commons. An 
English critic and politician ; b. in Lon- 
don; travelled in Germany and Sweden, 
and on his return became the owner of 
considerable property in Dorsetshire and 
Wiltshire, and was made sheriff of the 
latter county in 1710; M.P., 1714-15; 
surveyor-general of works, 1715 ; auditor, 
17 — ; d. at Wimbledon. 




Bentham, Jeremiah. A Knight. An 
English lawyer of London ; tlie father of 
Jeremy; "had no great practice, but he 
made a considerable fortune by the pur- 
chase and sale of land. He was, accord- 
ing to one description of him, ' authorita- 
tive, restless, aspiring, and shabby.' He 
believed that pushing was the one thing 
needful in life, and he much regretted 
that his clever son would not act on this 
maxim. He was fond in a dilettante 
fashion of literature, and proud of own- 
ing Milton's house." 

Bentham, Jeremiy, 1747-1832. Anti- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 351. 

Bentinck, Rt. Hon. George Augus- 
tus Frederick Cavendisli, 1821-. The 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 351. 

Bentley, Joseph. The Oldest School 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 351. 

Bentley, Richard, D.D., 1662-1742. 
Dismal Fellow ; A (jrentleman of the Tem- 
ple; N. 0., M.A. of the Same University ,• 
Phileleuthere de Leipzig ; Phileleutherus 
Lipsiensis ; Priscianus ; Richardus Criti- 
cus Cantabrigiensis. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 351. 

Benton, Thomas Hart, 1782-1858. 
Old Bullion. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 351. 

Bere, Rev. Thomas. The Curate of 
Blagdon. An English clergyman ; rector 
of Butcombe, near Bristol. 

Berenger, Richard, 1721-82. Philo- 
nous. An English writer; for many 
years gentleman of the horse to George 
III. ; nephew of Lord Cobham and Lady 
Lyttelton ; d. in London. 

Beresford-Hope, Alexander James, 
1820-87. Batavian Grace. An English 
statesman and journalist ; son of Thomas 
Hope, of London and " Deepdene," near 
Dorking; Univ. of Cambridge, 1841, 
when his political and literary career 
began ; at the time of his death he was 
M.P. for Cambridge Univ. ; d. in London. 

Berg, Mrs. Ijiua (Sandell). L. S. 
A Swedish writer of juvenile stories and 

Berger, Mrs. Charlotta (Cronh- 
jelm), 1784-1852. Ch*******. A Swed- 
ish novelist. 

Bergstrand, P. E., 1834-. Bias. A 
Swedish autlior. 

Bergstrand, Vilhelm Alexander, 
1850- . \V. B. Marcelhis. A Swedish 
journalist and miscellaneous writer. 

Berington, Joseph, 1746-1827. J. 
B — n ; A Catholic Priest. An English 

Catholic divine; b. at Winsley, Here- 
fordshire ; educ. at St. Omer ; after being 
ordained, he exercised his priestly func- 
tions for several years, and then returned 
to England ; between the years 1776 and 
1814 he published numerous philosophi- 
cal, historical, and theological works ; 
in or about 1786 he appears to have 
been the priest at Oscott, near Barr; 
afterwards resided for several years in 
the London district ; in 1814 was ap- 
pointed priest at Buckland, in Berkshire, 
where he died. 

Berington, Simon, 1679-. Signer 
Gaudentio di Lucca. An English Roman 
Catholic writer ; studied and took holy 
orders at Douay. 

Berkeley, Mrs. Eliza (Frinsham), 
1734-1800. The Editor. An English 
authoress ; b. at White Waltham, Wind- 
sor Forest; in 1761 she married the Rev. 
George, the son of Bishop Berkeley ; d. 
at Kensington. 

Berkeley, George, D.D., 1684-1753. 
Dion; D — B — .»/ / G. L. B. 0. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 351. 

Berkeley, Maurice Frederick Fitz- 
hardinge. Baron Fitzhardinge, and oth- 
ers, 1788-. The Other Surviving Sons of 
the Late Earl and Countess of Bei'kelei/. 
An English naval officer, second son of 
the 5th Earl of Berkeley. 

Bernard, Sir Thomas, 1750-1818. 
Trismegistus Secundits. An English bar- 
rister-at-law, and chancellor of the dio- 
cese of Durham; succeeded his brother, 
Sir John Bernard, in 1810. 

Berquin, Arnaud, 1749-91. The Edi- 
tor nf the "Looking Glassjbr the Mind." A 
French writer ; b. at Bordeaux ; d. at Paris. 

Berridge, Rev. Johu. Paith Work- 
less. An English clergyman. 

Berriman, William, D.D., 1688-1750. 
A Presbyter of the Diocese of London. An 
English divine ; b. in London ; educ. at 
Merchant Taylors' School, and Oriel 
Coll., Oxford ; was minister in London 
from 1712; from 1727, Eton was his 
summer residence. 

Berry, Sir Edward, 1768-1831. An 
Ojficer of Rank in the Squadron. An emi- 
nent English naval officer ; son of a 
London merchant; entered the navy in 
1779 ; made lieutenant in 1794 ; in the 
battle of the Nile was captain of the 
flag-ship, and caught Nelson, when 
wounded, in his arms and prevented 
him from falling ; became rear-admiral 
in 1821 ; but for several years before his 
death was incapal)le of active duty. 

Berry, Miss Mary, 1702-1852. The 
Editor of "Madame Da Defjdnd's Let- 




ters." An English -writer ; a friend of 
Horace Walpole, and one of his literary 

Berry, Miss Mary and Miss Agnes. 
Miss M. and 3Iiss A. B — ij. 

Bertram, James G. Bev. William 
M. Cooper, B.A. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 352. 

Besant, Walter, and Rice, James. 
TF. B. and J. R. ; Walter Maurice. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 352. 

BeskOTT, Bernhard von, Baron, 
1796-1868. Qvintiniis Carhasius. A 
Swedish poet, dramatist, and biographer ; 
secretary of the Swedish Acad. 

Best, John Richard; afterwards 
Beste, John Richard ; afterwards 
Beste, John Richard Digby. An Eng- 
lish Catholic ; An Old Author in a New 
Walk. An English writer of the day. 

Best, Eev. Robert. A Lancashire 
Minister. An English minister of the 
Independent Church, Kirkham. 

Bethusy - Hue, Valeska, grafin. 
Moritz V. Reichenbach. A German novel- 
ist of the day. 

Betts, Rev. Beverley Robinson. 
1827-. The Librarian. An American 
scholar and clergyman ; b. in New York 
City ; Columbia Coll., New York, 1846 ; 
librarian there, 1865-80. 

Betts, Rev. Henry John. A Pastor. 
An English clergyman. 

Betty, Rev. Joseph, 1730-31. Parson 
B. An English clergyman ; Hart Hall, 
Oxford, 1717; Cornish fellow of Exeter 
Coll., 1720; poisoned himself with laud- 
anum to escape his creditors. 

Bevan, E. F. E. F. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 352. 

Bevan, Rev. George Jones. A 
Country Parson. An English clergyman; 
of Worcester Coll., Oxford; B.A., 1811. 

Bevan, Robert Caspar Lee. R. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 352. 

Beverley, Robert, about 1675-1716. 
D. 8., Natif et habitant du Pays de Vir- 
ginie. An American historian ; became 
clerk of the council of Virginia about 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 352. 

Beverley, Rev. Robert Olackenzie. 
A Saint, a Member of the University of 

See " i. and P.," First Series, p. 352. 

Beyle, Marie Henri. Birkbeck ; 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 352. 

Biber, Rev. George Edvrard, LL.D. 
Ecclesiastes ; The Editor of the " Bull." 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 353. 

BickerstafFe, Isaac, about 1735- 
1812(7). I. B. ; Ambrose Gwinet ; Nyky. 
An Irish dramatist ; at the age of eleven 
he was appointed one of the pages to 
Lord Chesterfield, then lord-lieutenant 
of Ireland; between 1760 and 1771 he 
produced a score of pieces for the stage ; 
for many years he was admitted to the 
most intellectual society, but afterwards 
sunk into the deepest ignominy. 

BickueU, Alexander(?), -1796. Ed- 
loard Dorrington. An English author 
and industrious litte'rateur of the last 
quarter of the eighteenth century, whose 
writings received their due meed of faint 
praise or ridicule in the " Monthly Re- 
view," and are now forgotten ; d. in the 
St. Thomas's Hospital, London. 

Biddle, Clement, 1740-1814. C. B. 
An American " Quaker soldier " ; b. and 
d. in Philadelphia ; served as an officer 
in the Revolutionary War, and in the 
Whiskey Rebellion. 

Biddulph, Rev. Thomas Tregenna. 
A Clergyman ; The Parochial Clergyman; 
The Parochicd Mi?iister ; The Churchman. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 353. 

Bielby, Mrs. Marie Le Baron. 

Bigelow, Jacob, M.D., 1787-1879. 
One of the Committee of the American 
Academy. An American physician ; 
b. in Sudbury, Mass. ; Harv. Univ., 1806 ; 
studied medicine and opened his office in 
Boston in 1810; professor in Harv. 
Univ., 1815-55; d. in Boston. 

Bigelow, Melville Madison, 1846-. 
A Barrister. An American lawyer and 
poet ; b. at Eaton Rapids, Michigan ; 
Univ. of Michigan, 1866 ; afterwards 
studied at Cambridge ; Ph.D., 1879. 

BigeloTV, Mrs. Poultney. Daniel 
Burton. An American writer of the day. 

Bigg, Louisa. Louis Brand. An 
English writer of the day. 

Biglow, William. Harvard. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 353. 

Billingsley, Rev. John. A Protestant. 
An English clergyman, son of Rev. John 
(1657-1722) ; originally a dissenting 
minister at Dover; married a sister of 
Sir Philip Yorke, afterwards Lord-Chan- 
cellor Hardwicke; conformed, and ac- 
cepted a good living in the national 
church with a prebend in Bristol Ca- 

Bingham, Peregrine, the Younger, 
1788-1864. A Frie7id. An English legal 
writer, eldest son of P. Bingham, the 
Elder; educ. at Winchester School and 
at Magdalen Coll., Oxford ; called to the 
bar at the Middle Temple in 1818, and 
was for many years a legal reporter ; 




became one of the police magistrates at 
Great Marlborough Street, and resigned 
that appointment about four years before 
liis death ; d. in London (?). 

Bingham, WUliain, 1751-1804. An 
American now resident in London. An 
American politician ; b. in Philadelphia ; 
educ. at Philadelphia Coll. [now Univ. 
of Penn.] ; United States senator, 1795- 
1801; in 1797 being the president, pro 
tern.; d. at Bath, England. 

Binney, Thomas, D.D., LL.D., 1798- 
1874. A balance, Esq., of the Middle 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 354. 

Binzer, Emile von. Ernst Ritter. A 
German author. 

Birch, Thomas, D.D., 1705-66. B. ; 
Cleunder. An English clergyman ; b. at 
Clerkenwell ; educ. at Quaker schools ; 
rector of Depden, Suffolk, 1761-66; d. 
on the road from London to Harapstead. 

Birch, Thomas LefUie, -1808. An 
Irish Emigrant. An Irish Presbyterian 
minister ; was ordained minister of Saint- 
field, county Down, in 1776 ; in 1708 he 
was much mixed up with the insurrec- 
tion, and, having been tried by court- 
martial at Lisburn, was permitted to 
emigrate to America, where he died. 

Birch, Rev. Walter, B.D., 1774-1829. 
Mr. Smith, Demij of Magdalen College, Ox- 
ford. An English clergyman ; b. at South 
Thoresby, county Lincoln ; educ. at 
Rugby and Oxford ; rector of Stanway, 
Essex, 1817-29; and vicar of Stanton 
Bernard, Wiltshire, 1812-29. 

Bir<'h, William John. A ^Taster of 
Arts formerlfi of Balliol College of the Uni- 
versiti/ of Ccford. An English writer; 
New Inn Hall, Oxford ; Oxford, 1832. 

Bird, Robert Montgomery, M.D. A 
Ituiiihler at Home 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 354. 

Birt, William Kadcliff. The Editor 
of the " Lunar Map and Catalogue." An 
English meteorologist. 

Bisani, Alessandro. An Italian 
Gentleman. An Italian traveller of one 
hundred years ago. 

Bishop, Mrs. Isabella Bird. A Lady. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 354. 

Bishop, James. Mg Uncle Know-all. 
An Englisli miscellaneous writer, chiefly 
for the young. 

Bishop, John Baulch. An Elder of 
the Church. A Scottish ('/) religious 
writer of tlic day. 

Bishop, Samuel, 1731-05. S. and P. 
An English [)oet ; b. in London ; educ. 
at Oxford ; rector of St. Martin Outwlch, 
London, 1789-95, where lie died. 

Bissell, Mary L. M. L. B. An 

American writer of the day. 

Bisset, Kev. William, -1747. Mr. 

B — t. An English clergyman ; b. in 

Middlesex ; educ. at Westminster School 
and at Trin. Coll., Cambridge; rector of 
Whiston, 1697-1747 ; he was made chap- 
lain to Queen Caroline. 

Bitzius, Albert. A Schoolmaster. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 354. 

Black, Emily Julia. Emilie. An 
English poet. 

Black, Helen. Helen Dhu. An 
American(?) writer; published at New 
York in 1855. 

Black, William. A Deerstalker. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 354. 

Black, William Henry, 1808-72. 
Hari Dhu. A Scottish antiquary ; eldest 
son of John Black, of Kintore, Aber- 
deenshire ; educ. at a private school ; 
and at seventeen years of age became 
himself a tutor among the families re- 
siding at Tulse Hill and neighborhood; 
afterwards obtained a jjosition in the 
Public Record Office, becoming at last 
assistant keeper ; he was also pastor of 
the Seventh Daj' Baptists. 

Blackburne, Francis, 1705-87. A. 
B. C. An Englisli clergyman ; b. at 
Richmond, Yorkshire; educ. at Cam- 
bridge ; archdeacon of Cleveland, 1750- 

Blackburne, Francis, M.A., 1782- 
1867. AMemberofa Law-Societg. An Irish 
lawyer ; b. at Great Footstown, county 
Meath; educ. at Trinity Coll., Dublin; 
studied law at tliat city and in London, 
and called to tlie bar, 1805 ; attorney- 
general of Ireland, 1830-34, and again in 
1841; master of the rolls in Ireland, 
1842; chief-justice of the queen's bench, 
1846; chancellor of Ireland, 1852; lord 
ciiancellor of appeal, 1867. 

Blackburne, Lancelot, 1658-1743. 
Lancelot. An English clergyman; b. in 
London; educ. at Westminster and Ox- 
ford ; archbisliop of York, 1724-43 ; d. at 

Blackford, Mrs. Hattie. Fanng 

Blackiston, Dr. . A Wgkeham- 

ist. An Englisli clergyman of the eigh- 
teenth century. 

Blacklock, Thomas, D.D., 1721-91. 
Valerius Corvinus. A Scottish clergy- 
man ; b. at Awnan, in Dumfrieshire ; 
l)ccanie blind when a child; passed his 
life chiefly at Edinburgh, teaching. 

Blackmore, Richard Doddridge, 
1825-. A l\farkel (iardener. An Eng- 
lish novelist; b. at Longwortli, Berk- 




shire ; educ. at Tiverton school and 
Exeter Coll., Oxford; called to the bar 
at the Middle Temple in 1852; and 
afterwards practised as a conveyancer; 
seems to have devoted his life chiefly to 

Blackmore, Sir Richard, M.D., 
-1729. The Cheapside Knight. An Eng- 
lish writer ; son of an attorney in Wilts. ; 
and educ. at Oxford ; physician in ordi- 
nary to William III., 1697. 

Blackstoiie, WiUiam. W. S. Clith- 
eroiv ; The Laivjier. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 355. 

Blaikie, AVilliam Garden, D.D., 
LL.D., 1820-. W. a. B. An eminent 
Scottish clergyman ; b. at Aberdeen ; 
educ. at the grammar school and univer- 
sity of his native town ; minister of the 
Pilrig Free Church, Edinburgh, from 
1843 ; professor in the Univ. of Edin- 
burgh, 1868-87 et seq. 

Blair, Willie. A Violinist. An Eng- 
lish poet of the day; the Queen's late 

Blaisdell, Mrs. A. H. Ag7ies Gragg. 
An American WTiter of the day, of 

Blake, Mrs. . Edith Osborne, 


Blake, Anthony Richard. An Irish 
Roman Catholic. Aw Irish religious writer. 

Blake, Charles. An Englishman ; A 
Merchant. An English miscellaneous 

Blake, Mrs. Lillie Devereux, 1835-. 
yEsop ; Tiger Lily. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 355. 

Blake, Mrs. Mary E. M. E. B. An 
American lady; wife of Dr. John G. 
Blake, of Boston ; correspondent of the 
Boston "Journal." 

Blake, William. W. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 355. 

Blake, William O. Thomas H. Pres- 
cott. An American writer of Columbus, 


Blakeman, Bessie C. Oro Noque. 

An American writer of the day for youiig 

Blakeney, William, Lord Blakeney, 
1672-1761. An Officer. An Irish offi- 
cer ; b. at Mount Blakeney, county Lim- 
erick; served in the army with distinc- 
tion ; became lieutenant-general in 1747, 
and lieutenant-governor of Minorca ; 
and, as the governor stayed at home, he 
held the chief command for ten years ; 
defended the place against the French 
for seventy days ; he was made then 
a peer of Ireland, as Lord Blakeney, of 
Mount Blakeney. 

Blamire, Susannah, 1747-94. 7^he 
Muse of Cumberland. An English poet; 
b. in county Cumberland; resided for 
some 3'ears in Scotland, and wrote Scot- 
tish lyrics of great beauty and elegance. 

Blanc, Jean Joseph LiOiiis. Welter. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 355. 

Blanchard, Joshua Pollard, 1782- 
1868. ./. P. B.; A Citizen of Boston. 
An American peace advocate ; labored 
in this cause with Dr. W. E. Chan- 
ning and Noah Webster; d. in Boston, 

Bland, . The Grand Chaplain 

of the Grand Arch Chapter of Massachxi- 

Bland, Richard, 1710-76. The Vir- 
ginia Antiquary, An American states- 
man; b. in Virginia; educ. at William 
and Mary Coll., and at the Univ. of 
Edinburgh; a delegate to the continental 
congress, 1774; d. at Williamsburg, Va. 

Bland, Theodoric, 1742-90. Cassius. 
An American physician; b. in Prince 
George Co., Va.; educ. in England and 
Scotland, studying medicine at the 
Univ. of Edinbui'gh ; he practised his 
profession for some years, and served 
witii great distinction in the Revolution- 
ary War; d. in New York City. 

Blanqnet, Albert. Ghnjsale. A 
French dramatist of the day. 

Blanshard, Richard, Esq. A Mer- 
chant. An English economical and finan- 
cial writer. 

Blauvelt, . Gregonj Glacier, Gent. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 356. 

Blaze de Bury, Mme. Marie Pau- 
line Rose (Stewart). ^1. ^4. ^4. 

See " I. and J^.," First Series, p. 356. 

Blegny, Nicholas de, 1652-1722. 
Abraham Du Pradel. A French surgeon ; 
rose to be surgeon of tlie queen, of the 
due d'Orleans, and of the king ; he was 
afterwards condemned to prison for 

Blennerhasset, Harman, J764(?)- 
1831. Querist. An Irish lawyer and 
politician; b. in Hampshire, England, 
during a temporary visit ; educ. at West- 
minster and Dublin ; came to this coun- 
try in 1796, and in 1798 purchased the 
upper part of a beautiful island on the 
Ohio, two miles below Parkersburg ; in 
1806 became implicated in the plans of 
Aaron Burr ; returned to Ireland in 1822, 
and d. at the island of Guernsey. 

Blessington, Marguerite (Power 
Farmer), Gardiner, Countess of. 
1789-1849. An Elderlij Gentleman; An 
Elderli/ Ladij. 

See" I. and P.," First Series, p. 356. 




Blew, Robert W. Uncle Bob. An 
American writer of the day, for the 
young, of Memphis. 

Bliss, E. V. E. V. B. An American 

writer of tlie clay, of New York. 

Bliss, Francis C. Octavius. An 
American publisher of Newark, N.J. 

Bliss, George, 179o-]87o. A Bepub- 
lican. An American lawyer ; b. and d. 
in Springfield, Mass.; Yale Coll, 1813; 
studied law, was admitted to the bar, and 
commenced practice at Monson, Mass. ; 
after seven years he returned to Spring- 
field, and formed a law partnership with 
Jonathan Dwight, Jr. ; from 1860 he 
lived in retirement in that city. 

Bliss, LiConard, Jr. L. B. An 
American writer ; b. at Rehoboth, Bristol 
Co., Mass. 

Blizard, Sir William, 1743-1835. 
An Aged Person ; C'urtius. An English 
stn-geon ; b. at Barn Elms, in Surrey ; 
studied at the London and St. Bartholo- 
mew Hospitals ; in 1780 was appointed 
surgeon of the London Hospital ; he was 
elected F.R.S. in 1787, and was thrice 
president of the College of Surgeons. 

Blodget, Samuel, 1724-1807. 06- 
serrator. An American statistician at 
Washington, in 1801, etc. ; was b. in 
Wol)urn, and d. in Haverhill, Mass. 

Blondet, Emile. Paul Mahalln. A 
French writer of the day. 

Blooflgood, Simeon De Witt. An 

Sec " I. and P.," First Series, p. 357. 

Bloomfield, Cireorge. A Parishioner 
of St. Peter's. An English poet. 

Blount, Mrs. Martlia, 1090-1762. A 
Ladij. An English lady, a friend of 
Pope ; probably b. at the family seat, 
Mapledurham, near Reading; educ. at 
Hammersmith and at Paris ; she continued 
to live at Mapledurham with her inotJier, 
her Ijrother, and sister, 1710-15; but 
from that time she, with her motlier and 
sister, had a country residence at Peters- 
ham, and a town house in London ; Pope 
bequeathed to her one thousand pounds, 
three score of his books, his household 
goods, chattels, and plate, the furniture 
of his grotto, the urns in his garden, and 
the residue after all bequests were jiaid. 
She lived at last in Berkeley Row, by 
Hanover Square. 

Blower, Elizabeth. A Younrj Ladij. 
An English writer of one hundred years 

Blunt, Alexander. Punchinello. An 
English poet and satirical writer of the 
first part of tiie eighteeiitli century. 

Blunt, Rev. John Henrj', 1823-84. 

A Doubting Disciple : A Working Clergy- 
man. An English clergyman ; b. at Chel- 
sea ; educ. at a private school, and at Univ. 
Coll., Durham ; vicar of Kennington, 
near Oxford, 1868 ; and rector of Bevers- 
ton in Gloucestershire, 1873-84 ; d. in 

Blunt, John James, 1794-1855. The 
Lady Margartt Professor of Divinity. An 
English divine ; b. at Newcastle-nnder- 
Lyme in Staffordshire ; B.A. at St. 
John's Coll., Cambridge, 1810 ; rector of 
Great Oakley in Essex, 1834-39; Lady 
Margaret Professor, 1839-55 ; d. at 

Blunt, Walter. W. B. An English 
clergyman ; Cains Coll., Cambridge, 1835 ; 
rector of Bicknor w. Huckinge, 1858-80 
et seq. 

Blyth, Edward, 1810-73. Zoophilus. 
An English zoologist ; b. in London ; 
curator of the museum of the Asiatic 
Society at Calcutta, 1841-62; in 1862 
his health compelled him to return to 
England, when a pension of £150 a year 
was granted to him ; d. in London('?). 

Boaz, H. H. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 358. 

Bogart, Miss Elizabeth. Estelle. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 358. 

Boggs, Rev. Edward B. The Rector. 
An American clergyman ; rector of St. 
Matthew's Church, "Bedford, 1863, and 
editor of " The Church Review," etc.. 
New Haven, Conn., 1875-80; in 1882 
rector at Newark, N.J. 

Bogue, David, 1750-1825. A Dis- 
senter. An English independent minister ; 
b. at Hallydown, Coldingham, Berwick- 
shire; studied for the ministry at the 
Univ. of Edinbui'gh ; was one of the 
founders of the London Missionary So- 
ciety ; d. at Brighton. 

Bohn, Henry George, 1796-1884. ^1 
Bookseller. An English bookseller and 
publisher; b. in London; commenced 
))usiness on his own account in 1831 ; in 
1864 he sold out to Bell & Daldy, after- 
wards Bell & Sons, who succeeded him in 
his biisiness ; he resided at Twickenham 
from 1850, where he died. 

Bohun, William. A Gentleman of 
the Inner Temple. An English law 
writer early in the eighteenth century. 

Bolandcr, Sophie, 1807-1869. 
S — e — der. A Swedish novelist. 

Bold, Rev. John, B.A., 1679-1751. 
A Presbyter of the Church of England ; A 
Minister. An English clergyman ; b. at 
Leicester; St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 
1698; minister at Stoney Stanton, 1702- 
51, where he died. 




Bolingbroke, Henrj' St. John, 1st 

Viscount. \V. Ralei(/h ; Bull. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 358. 

Bolivar, Simon, 1783-1830. The 
Liberator. An eminent South American 
patriot ; b. at Caracas ; d. at San Pedro. 

BoUes, John Augustus, LL.D. J. 
A. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 358. 

Bolton, Rev. Richard Knott. A 
Country Clei-gi/mcm. An English poet 
and prose writer of the day. 

Bon, Mme. Klisabeth de. Mme. 
Elisabeth de £***. A French writer. 

Bonaparte, Napoleon Louis, -1831. 
iV. L. B. A French writer ; brother of 
Napoleon III. ; d. at Forli. 

Bonaparte, Napoleon and Lucien. 
Lacretelle le jeune. 

Bonaparte, he Prince Napoleon 
Charles, 1835-. Ern. Hubaine. A 
French writer ; b. at Rome ; became a 
captain in the Algerian sharpshooters, 
and was engaged in the Mexican expe- 

Bonar, Rev. Andre^v Redman. A 
2Iinister of the Church of Scotland. A 
Scottisli minister ; of Canongate Church, 

Bonhote, Mrs. Elizabeth, 1744-1818. 
A Lady ; His Sister. An English author- 
ess ; was the wife of Daniel Bonhote, 
solicitor of Bungay ; her first work was 
published in 1773 anonymously; it was 
the "Rambles of Mr. Frankley, by his 
sister " ; she wrote quite a number of 
popular books after this ; d. at Bungay. 

Bonnet, L'Abbe, I. E. Un Habitant 
de Id Pennsylvanie ; Un Citoyen adopt If 
de Pennsylvanie. 

See " i. and P.," First Series, p. 359. 

Bonniere, R. de. Janvs. A French 
writer of the day. 

Booth, Rev. George, 1791-1859. 
Etonensis. ' An English scliolar ; b. at 
Rotherham ; educ. at Eton and Oxford ; 
vicar of Findon, Sussex, 1833-59, and 
d. tliere. 

Booth, Henry, 1788-1869. A Share- 
holder. An English railway projector ; 
b. in Liverpool ; privately educ. at Gate- 
acre, near Liverpool ; in 1822 he devoted 
himself to the forming and promoting 
railway construction; and wrote many 
works connected directly or indirectly 
with this subject ; d. at his residence, 
Eastbourne, Princes Park, Liveri^ool. 

Booth, John. A Near Observer. An 
English bookseller, of London. 

Booth, William. The General of the 
Salvation Army. An Englishman of the 

Booth-Daphne, Mrs. Otto. Rita. 

See " 1. and P.," First Series, p. 359. 

Boozer, H. W. " Common Sense." 
An American writer of the day, of Wor- 
cester, Mass.C?). 

Bordley, John Beale, 1728-1804. 
B. ; J. B. B. An American writer on 
agriculture ; d. in Philadelphia. 

Borlase, Rev. William, 1695-1772. 
A Cornish Genius. An English anti- 
quary ; b. at Pendeen ; educ. at Oxford ; 
rector of Ludgvan, 1722-72, and d. there. 

Bornemann, Mary. OraquiU. An 
American writer of the day; published 
at San Francisco in 1876. 

Borth%vick, Jane. H. L. L. An 
English writer of the day. 

Bosanquet, Augustus. The Nephew 
of an East India Director. An English 
writer of the day. 

Boscawen, Mrs. Frances (Glan- 
ville). Mrs. £«»**«. An English 
lad}' ; daughter of William Evelyn 
Glanville, of St. Clair, Kent; in 1742 
married Admiral Edward Boscawen ; she 
is spoken of as the " accomplished Mrs. 
Boscawen " ; resided for many years at 
Rosedale, Richmond, formerly the home 
of Thomson the poet, and d. in 1805. 

BoscaAven, Hon. and Rev. Nicholas, 
D.D., 1726-93. Beverendo. An English 
clergyman ; dean of Buryan ; d. at 
Quendon, Essex. 

Bostroni, Harald. IL — Id B — m. A 
Swedisii writer. 

Boswell, James. J*** B*** ; A 
Gentleman of Scotland ; A Young Scots- 
man, etc. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 359. 

Boswell, Rev. John, 1698-1756. A 
Presbyter of the Church of England. An 
English clergyman ; b. at Dorchester ; 
educ. at Oxford and Cambridge ; vicar 
of St. Mary Magdalene, Taunton, 1727- 
56, and d. there. 

Boucher, Rev. Jonathan, 1738-1804. 
^1 Cumberland Man. An English Ameri- 
can Episcopal clergyman ; b. at Blen- 
cogo, in the county of Cumberland ; 
came to this country in 1754 ; after oc- 
cupying several parishes here he re- 
turned finally to England, 1775 ; and 
was vicar of Epsom, Surrey, 1784-99 ; 
when he removed to Carlisle, where he 
resided till his death. 

Boughton, George Henry, 1836-. 
The Puritan. An English artist; b. in 
Norfolk, Eng. ; passed his youth in Al- 
bany, N.Y. ; in 1853 he retui'ned to Eng- 
land, to study art ; removed to London 
permanently, where he has since passed 
the most of his time. 




Boulard, Antoine 3Iarie Henri. 

A. M. H. B. A French notary of 
Paris, known for his passion for col- 
lecting Vjooks ; of which he accumulated 
more than five hundred thousand, with- 
out regard to what they were, which 
were sold, after his deatli in 1825, at 
auction, many of them for scarcely 
more than the price of waste paper. 

Boulton, Thomas. T. B. An Eng- 
lisli dramatist ; probably of Liverpool, 
where his drama was published. 

Bourier, Jean Baptiste. A Parish 
Priest. A French divine ; bishop of 
Le Mans. 

Bourinot, John George, 1837-. The 
Secretary of the Roijid Societij of Canada. 
A Canadian author; b. in Sydney, N.S. ; 
educ. at Trin. Coll., Toronto ; has been a 
journalist ; chief clerk of the Dominion 
House of Commons since 1880. 

Bourn, Samuel, 1689-1754. A Con- 
sistent Christian ; A Consistent Protestant ; 
A Lover of Truth and Liberty ; A Protes- 
tant Dissenter. An English Dissenter ; b. 
at Calne, Wiltshire ; educ. at Bolton and 
Manchester ; minister at Birmingham and 
at Coseley, 1732-54 ; resided and d. at 

Bourne, Vincent, 1695-1747. V. B. 
An English writer of Latin poetry ; an 
usher in Westminster School ; elected to 
the Univ. of Cambridge, 1714 ; was a mas- 
ter of Westminster School, 1721-47 ; d. at 

Bourne, William Oland. B. An 
American writer of the day. 

Bowden, John, D.D., 1751-1817. A 
Weaver ; A Protestant. 

Sec? " T. and P.," First Series, p. 360. 

Bowditch, Ilenrj' Ingersoll, M.D., 
1808-. IL I. B. An American physi- 
cian; b. at Salem, Mass.; Ilarv. Univ., 
1828; M.D., 1832; professor there, 1859- 
67 ; and chairman of the State Board of 
Healtli, 1869-79. 

Bo-\ven, VvQw Charles J. A Priest. 

See " I. and 1'.," First Scries, p. 360. 

Bo wen, Francis, 181 1-. /'. B. An 
American author; b. at Cliarlestown, 
Mass. ; Ilarv. Univ., 1833 ; professor 
there, 1853-87. 

Bo"wen, Nathan. A Native of Neiv 
Enfjlaud. An American writer; justice 
of the peace, and notary public of Mar- 
blehead in tlie last century. 

Bowie, John, 1725-88. Don Bowl,'. 
An English writer on Spani.sli literature; 
descended from Dr. John Bowie, bisliop 
of Rochester; educ. at Oriel Coll., <),\- 
ford ; vicar of Idmeston, in Wiltshire, 
1750-88, where he died. 

Bowles, John, 1751-1819. A Lay- 
man. An English barrister of Lon- 
don ; commissioner of bankrupts ; d. 
at Bath. 

BoAAdes, William Lisle. " One of tlie 
funilii of the Bowleses " ; A Member of the 
University of Oxford ; A True Patriot and 
Good Man. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 361. 

Bowman, Eddowes, 1810-69. B. An 
English Dissenter; b. at Nantwich; educ. 
at Hazlewood, near Birmingham; in 1840 
graduated M.A. at Glasgow, and then stud- 
ied at Berlin ; classical professor in the 
Manchester New College, 1846-53 ; d. in 

Bowman, Jacob Li. Hans Patrick 
Le Connor. An American writer of the 
day, of St. Louis (?). 

Bowman, J. M. Christojilier Roniannt. 
An American writer of the day. 

Bowness, William, 1809-67. An 
Artist. An English painter; b. at Ken- 
dal; he was self-taught; and, after some 
practice in his native town, — soon after 
his twentieth year, — lie went to London, 
and achieved considerable success as a 
portrait and figure painter; he is the 
author of a number of poems in the 
Westmoreland dialect ; d. in London. 

Bowyer, William, 1699-1777. Archi- 
tectus Verborum. An eminent English 
painter and publisher ; b. in Dogwell 
Court, White Fryars, London ; from 
1722 till his death he was employed as 
an author, editor, printer, and publislier. 

Boyd, Andrew^ Kennedy Hutchison. 
A. K. U. B. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 361. 

Boyd, .James P. A Member of the 
Neto Orleans Bar. An American writer 
of the (lay. 

Boyd.^John. Her Father. A Scottisli 
writer; father of Mary Boyd. 

Boyd, Mary. .1 Departed Child. A 
Scottisli child ; daughter of Kev. John 

Boyle, . An Expelled Correspon- 
dent. An English joiUMialist of the day ; 
correspondent of the " Standard '' (L.). 

Boyle, Acland. Von Boyle. An 
.'Vmerican journalist of the day, of 
Philadelphia, in the German dialect. 

Boyle, Hon. Eleanor Vere (Gor- 
don). E. V. B. 

See "I. and P.," First Scries, p. 361. 

Boynton, Charles Brandon. A 
Ijooker on from America. 

See "I. and P.," First Scries, p. 361. 

Boys, Thomas, 1792-1880. An Old 
Peninsular; Vedette. An English anti- 
quary and theologian; b. at Sandwich; 




educ. at Cambridge ; incumbent of Holy 
Trinity, Hoxton, 1848-80. 

Boyse, Rev. Joseph, 1660-1728. J. B., 
Dissenting Minister ; W.B.,D.D. An Eng- 
lish Presbyterian minister ; b. at Leeds ; 
was one of sixteen children of Matthew 
Boyse, formerly elder of the church at 
Rowley, New England, and afterwards 
a resident, for about eighteen years, at 
Boston, Mass. ; was minister at Dublin 
for forty-live years from 1683. 

Brade, WDliani. An Old-Clothes 
Philosopher. An English writer of the 
da J'. 

Bradford, Charles Frederic, 1806- 
87. C. F. B. An American poet ; Hon- 
orary A.M. at Harv. Univ. in 1860 ; b. 
and d. in Boston. 

Bradford, George Partridge, A.M. 
B. An American gentleman; Harv. 
Univ., 1825 ; in 1887 resided in Cam- 
biidge and Concord, Mass. 

Bradford, J. E. J. E. B. An 
American writer. 

Bradford, John. Josias Homelij. An 
English novelist of the day(?). 

Bradford, William John Alden, 
1797-1858. W. J. A. B. An American 
lawyer ; b. in Wiscasset, Me. ; Harv. 
Univ., 1816 ; studied law and practised 
his profession in Essex and New Bed- 
ford, Mass. ; then went to Iowa, and 
practised at Dubuque ten or twelve 
years ; later, returned to Boston ; d. at 
sea, on the passage from Central Amer- 
ica to New York. 

Bradley, Rev. Charles, 1789-1871. 
A Clergyman of the Church of England. 
An English divine; b. at Halstead, 
Essex ; he was for a time a member 
of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, but took 
no degree ; curate of High Wycombe 
in 1812; here for many years he com- 
bined the work of a private tutor with 
the sole charge of a large parish ; was 
vicar of Glasbury, in Brecknockshire, 
1825-71 ; incumbent of St. James' 
Chapel at Clapham, in Surrey, 1829- 
52 ; spent the latter part of his life at 
Cheltenham, and d. there. 

Bradley, Daniel B. D. B. B. An 
English colonial writer, of Bangkok. 

Bradley, Emily. Clara Cushman. 

Bradley, Rev. Richard Beadon, 
18U3-51. Arthur O'B. An English 
clergyman ; b. at Minehead ; for a time 
curate of the East Church, Teignmouth, 
wliere he died. 

Braeme, Charlotte M. A Sister of 
Mercy; Bertli.aM.Clay. A Roman Cath- 
olic writer of England ; a voluminous 
author of the day. 

Brampton, James. A New York 
Detective. An American writer of the 

Bramston, James, 1694(?)-1744. 
The Author of the "Art of Politicks." An 
English poet; educ. at Westminster 
School and Christ Church, Oxford ; vicar 
of Lurgashall, Sussex, 1723, and of Hart- 
ing, in the same county, 1725. 

Brander, O. — r. A Swedish 

Brandrup, Marie. Marie Widdem. 
A German writer of the day. 

Bransby, James Hews, 1783-1847. 
Monticola. An English Unitarian min- 
ister ; b. at Ipswich ; educ. at Exeter 
Academy ; was chiefly a schoolmaster ; 
d. at Bron'r Hendref, near Carnarvon. 

Brash, John, and others. The Ed- 
itor of the Ts^ing's Highway. English 
journalists and writers of London. 

Brasher, A. A. B. A Scottish 
writer of the daj^ 

Braun, Karl Johann, ritter von 
Braunthal, 1802-67. Jean Charles. A 
German poet and novelist, b. in Eger; 
retired to Vienna, and d. there. 

Bray, Rev. Thomas, 1656-1730. A 
Sincere Lover of our Protestant Establish- 
ment. An English divine ; b. at Marton 
in Shropshire ; educ. at Oxford ; in 1 695 
lie was selected to be sent to Maryland 
as commissary to the bishop of London, 
but was not able to go there till 1699 ; 
no less than 39 libraries — the first at 
Annapolis — were established through 
his instrumentality in North America ; 
he did not remain in Maryland, as it was 
found that he could do more for the 
church by returning home and working- 
there ; he became vicar of St. Botolph 
Without, Aldgate, in 1706, and re- 
iuained(?) there till his death, devoting 
himself to tlie founding of libraries in 
Great Britain and America; to the pro- 
moting the instruction of the negroes, 
and establishing a colony in America to 
provide for the poor who could not find 
employment at home. 

Bray, Thomas, D.D., 1706-85. Mr. 
Boots. An English clergyman ; b. at 
Stratton ; rector of Exeter College, 1771- 
85 ; d. at Exeter. 

Brazer, John, D.D., 1790-1846. ,/. B. 
An American clergyman ; b. in Wor- 
cester, Mass. ; Harv. Univ., 1813 ; pro- 
fessor of Latin there, 1817-20 ; pastor at 
Salem, Mass., 1820-46 ; d. at Charleston, 
S C 

Break, James Lloyd, 1818-76. A 
Missionary. An Ameri(;an clergyman ; 
b. in Philadelphia ; educ. at the Univ. of 




Pennsylvania, and the General Theologi- 
cal Seminary, New York City ; devoted 
his life to the missionar3' service at the 
West ; d. at Benicia, Cal. 

Brekell, Rev. John, 1697-1769. .7. B. ; 
Verus. An English Presbyterian ; b. at 
North Meols, Lancashire ; minister at 
Liverpool for more than forty years, and 
d. there. 

Brenan, Joseph, 1829-57. J.B. An 
Irish poet ,• b. in the North of Ireland ; 
becoming implicated in a revolutionary 
movement at Tipperarv, he fled to this 
country in 1849 ; was for several years 
on the staff of the New Orleans "Delta," 
and d. in that city. 

Brent, Henry Johnson, 1811-80. 
J. B. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 363. 

Brett, Robert, 1808-74. B. B. ; The 
Editor of " The Churchman's Guide to 
Faith." An English surgeon ; b. at or 
near Luton (?), Bedfordshire ; entered at 
St. George's Hosjiital, London, as a medi- 
cal pupil, and passed his examinations 
in 1830 ; he practised at Stoke Newing- 
ton for many years till his death. 

Breval, John Durant de, 1680- 
1739. J. D. B. ; Joseph Ga>i. 

See " I. and P.." First Series, p. 363. 

Brevint, Daniel, D.D., 1016-95. A 
Late Author. An English polemical and 
devotional author; b. in the isle of 
Jersey ; educ. at the Univ. of Saumur on 
the Loire ; fellow of Jesus Coll., Oxford, 
1637 ; dean of Lincoln, 1681-82 to 1695, 
and d. at tlie deanery house. 

Brewer, William A. The Present 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 363. 

Brewster, Mrs. Ann Hampton 
(Harris), 1818-. Emma Dnvul. An 
American writer ; b. in IMiiladelpliia ; in 
1886 resident in Rome, Italy; has writ- 
ten for "Blackwood," etc. 

Brice, Andrew, 1690-1773. Democri- 
liis Jiirenal. An English printer; b. at 
Exeter ; apprenticed himself for five 
years, as a printer, to a tradesman in 
his native city ; commenced business 
on his own account in 1714; became 
the oldest master printer in England, 
but parted with his business for an 
annuity, and retired to a country house 
near Exeter. 

Bridge, Rev. Henry 31. A Minister. 
An American clergyman. 

Bridges, Mrs. Colonel . Afrs. 

Forrester. An English novelist of the 

Bridges, Thomas. Cotton, Junior. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 364. 

Briggs, Charles Frederick. H. F. 

[Harry Franco], 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 364. 

Briggs, George Ware, D.D. G. W.B. 
An American clergyman; Brown Univ., 
1825 ; Cambridge Divinity School, 1834 ; 
in 1887 was pastor at Cambridgeport, 

Brighani, Charles Henry, 1820-79. 
C. H. B. An American clergyman ; b. 
in Boston; Ilarv. L'niv., 1839; Cam- 
bridge Divinity School, 1844 ; minister 
at Ann Arbor, Mich., 1866-77 ; professor 
at Meadville, Penn., 1860-77 ; d. at 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Brigham, WiUiam, 1806-69. W. B. 
An American lawj^er ; b. at Grafton, 
Mass; Harv. Univ., 1829; studied law 
and practised in Boston, 1832-69, and 
d. there. 

Brine, Rev. Edw^ard. The Chaplain. 
An English clerg\'man ; Queen's Coll., 
Cambridge, 1842 ; chaplain of the Eng- 
lish Church at the Hague, 1851-87. 

Brine, George, -1881. The King of 
the Vagrants. An English beggar; d. at 
the Union workhouse at Sherborne. 

Brinley, George, 1819-57. G. B., 
T. C, C. An English essayist; b. at 
Cambridge ; educ. at Trin. Coll., Cam- 
bridge ; college librarian, 1845-57, and 
d. there ; most of his writings appeared 
in the "Spectator," or in "Eraser's 

Brior, J. The Butler of Brasenose 

Briscoe, John Ivatt. J Member of 
the fJniversitij of Oxford. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 364. 

Bristed, Charles Astor. C. A. B. ; 
Carl Benson ; Colonel Cranberri/ Faster. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 364. 

Brittain. Thomas, 1806-84. Brittan- 
icHs. An Englisli naturalist ; b. at Shef- 
field ; settled in Manchester in 1842, 
and continued to live there the re- 
mainder of his life, and d. there. 

Brittan, Samuel B. S. B. B. ; A 
Dweller in the Temple. An American 
spiritualist of the day. 

Brock, Irving. A Member of the 
Spilal-felds Benevolent Society. An Eng- 
lish writer early in the nineteenth cen- 

Brock, R. A. Civis. An American 
writer of the day ; a member of the Vir- 
ginia Historical and Pliilosophical So- 
ciety, Richmond, Va. 

Brockedon, William, 1787-1854. An 
Alpine Traveller. An I'higlish author 
and painter; b. at Totnes; afterwards 
lived chiefly in London, and d. there. 




Broderip, Mrs. Frances Freeling 
(Hood), lb30-78. His Daaghter. An 
linglish lady ; daughter of Thomas 
Hood; b. at Winchmore Hill, Middlesex ; 
in 1849 she married Rev. John Somer- 
ville Broderip, rector of Cossington, 
Somersetshire (1844-66) ; in 1857 she 
commenced her literary career; d. at 

Brodie, Sir Benjamin Collins, Bart., 
D.C.L., r.R.S.,178o-1862. B.C.B. An 
eminent English surgeon ; b. at Winters- 
low, in Wiltshire; sergeant surgeon to 
Queen Victoria ; d. at Bromepark, Betch- 
worth, Surrey. 

Brodie, Erasmus Henry. Gerald. 
An English poet; one of Her Majesty's 
inspectors of schools. 

Brokel, Johanna Antonie. Antonie 
Brook. A German novelist of the day. 

Bromley, Walter, Esq. An Old 
Officer. An English writer ; paymaster 
of 23d Regiment of Welsh Fusileers. 

Bromwell, William. E.B. An 
American writer; a Philadelphia(?) rail- 
road man. 

Brooke, Miss . Fairfax Bi/rnne. 

An American novelist of the day. 

Brooke, Mrs. Frances (Moore), 
1724-89. The Editor, Afan/ iSiiif/leton, 
Spinster ; F. B. An English authoress ; 
daughter of Rev. William Moore ; M'as 
married about 1756 to the Rev. John 
Brooke, D.D., rector of Colney, Norfolk, 
and chaplain to the garrison of Quebec ; 
soon after their marriage they left Eng- 
land for that city on his garrison duties ; 
d. at Sleaford, Lincolnshire. 

Brooke, Rev. Henry, 1694-1757. 
JoJin Collier. An English divine and 
schoolmaster; b. at Manchester; educ. 
at Manchester and at Oxford ; head mas- 
ter of Manchester grammar school, 1727- 
49; rector of Tamworth, Gloucestershire, 
1730-57, and d. there. 

Brooke, John Charles, F.S.A., Esq., 
1748-94. J.B.; .1 . C. B. An English 
antiquary ; b. at Fieldhead, in the parish 
of Silkstone, near Sheffield; became 
Somerset Herald in 1777 ; with Mr. 
Pingo, York Herald, and fourteen other 
persons^ he perished in the fatal catastro- 
phe of the third of February, 1794, in 
attempting to get into the pit at the 
Little Theatre, in the Playmarket. 

Brook, N., M.D. A Gentleman, etc. An 
English physician, of Bath; left England 
in 1785 to make an investigation of the 
commerce of Italy witli Great Britain ; on 
his return, he was afflicted witli blindness. 

Brookes, E. A Pupil. A pupil at 
Bruce Castle School, Tottenham. 

Brookes, Rev. Joshua, 1754-1821. 
Rec. Joseph Rivers; Rev. Josiah Stream- 
let; Knave of Clubs; St. Crispin. An 
English eccentric ; b. at Cheadle-Hume, 
near Stockport; his father, a shoemaker, 
who soon removed to Manchester, was a 
cripple, known by the name of " Pontius 
Pilate " ; the son was educ. at Oxford ; 
chaplain to the collegiate church of 
Manchester, 1790-1821. 

Brookfield, William Henry, 1809- 
1874. Fraid- Whitestock. An English 
divine ; b. at Sheffield ; educ. at Cam- 
bridge ; rector of Somerby-cum-Humby, 
near Grantham, 1865-74 ; residing chiefly 
in London. 

Brooks, Rev. Charles, 1795-1872. 
An American resident in Paris. An 
American clergyman ; b. in Medford, 
Mass. ; Harv. Univ., 1816 ; pastor at 
Hingham, Mass., 1821-38 ; then passed 
four years in Europe, in tlie study of 
animals ; on his return led an active 
literary and philanthropic life ; d. at 

Brooks, Charles Timothy. C. T. B. 

See "L and P.," First Series, p. 366. 

Brooks, Charles William Shirley. 
The Late Genial Editor of '^ Punch." 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 366. 

Brooks, Rev. Joshua William. The 
Editor of the "Investigator on Prophecy." 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 366. 

Brooks, Noah, 1830-. Castine ; John 
Riverside. An American journalist; b. 
in Castine, Maine; in 1886 resident at 
Newark, N.J. 

Broom, W. W. TF. W. B. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 366. 

Brotherhead, Alfred Paxson. The 
Bo If Author. An American novelist of 
the day, of Pliiladelphia. 

Brotherton, Edward, 1814 66. E. 
B. ; Libra, ; Pilgrim. An English Swe- 
deuborgian ; b. at Manchester ; was de- 
voted to the work of popular education ; 
editor and chief writer of the first volume 
of " The Dawn " (Manchester, 1861-62) ; 
d. at Cornbrook, Manchester. 

Brotherton, Mrs. Martha (Harvey). 
An Englisli writer, wife of Josepli Broth- 
erton, wliom slie married in 1806 ; they 
were Bible Christians, and as such, were 
vegetarians and total abstainers ; Mrs. 
B. published anonymously, " Vegetable 
Cookery " in numbers, first collected 
into book form in 1821. 

Brotherton, Mrs. Mary. M. B. An 
English writer in " Temple Bar," etc. 

Brough, Robert Barnabas, 1828- 
60. An Old Boltemian. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 3fi(). 




Brougham, Henry Peter, Lord 
Brougham and Vaux. A Big-Wig; A 
Friend of the People ; Harrg Twitcher ; 
Mr. Peter Jenkins ; Foaming Fudge. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 366. 

Brougham, John, 1814-80. Harry 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 366. 

Broughton,Rev. Thomas, 1704-74. T. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 367. 

BrOAver, Wiss Minnie D. Marie De 

Brown, Dr. A Late Popular 


Bro^vn, Alexander. Berwickshire 
Sanilie. A Seottisli dialect poet of the 
first part of the nineteentli century. 

Brown, Buckminster, M.D., 1819-. 
B — n. An American surgeon ; b. in 
Boston ; Harv. Medical School, 1844 ; in 
1887 still practices his profession in 

BroAvn, Charles Brockden. Popli- 
cola ; C. B. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 367. 

Bro^vn, Colin. The Ewing Lecturer 
on Music, Andersonian Universitij, Glasgow. 

Brown, D. Reader Bookum. An 
American humorous writer; published at 
East Dover, Vt. 

Brown, Frances, 1810-. The Blind 
Poetess of Ulster. An Irish poet; b. at 
Stranoi^ir, count}' Ulster, whose poems 
were niuc*^ admired. 

Brown, George 31. Virginius. An 
American writer of tlie day. 

Brown, (icorge Shaw^ " Silver- 
cloud," II detertivf <ifi<-<'i\ 

Brown, Mrs. Helen K. H. E. B. 
An .Vini-rican religious writer. 

Brown, James. A Scotsman. 

See " 1. and P.," First Series, p. 367. 

Brown, Kev. James. The Preshf/terian 
concerned therein. A Seottisli minister of 

Brow^n, James Bryce. A Four 
Years' Resident. A Scottish writer ; an 
emigrant to Canada. 

Bro'wn, James E. Mose Skinner. An 
American humorous writer of the day. 

Brown, John, M.D., 1735-88. A Gen- 
tleman conversant trith the Suhject . A Scot- 
tish physician ; founder of the Brunonian 
system of medicine ; h. in the parish of 
Buncle, Berwickshire ; when he was 
eighteen he went to Edinburgh to sup- 
port himself by private tuition; when 
twenty-four lie went again to Edinburgh 
and began to study medicine ; after gain- 
ing liis profession, he, not suciceeding in 
gaining practice in Edinl)urgli, in 1786 
removed to London, and d. there. 

Brown, Lancelot, 1715-83. Capa- 
bilitg Brown. An English architect and 
landscape gardener ; b. at Harle-Kirk, 
Northumberland ; he realized a large 
fortune, and in 1770 he was high 
sheriff of Huntingdonshire. 

Brown, Robert, D.C.L., 1773-1858. 
Verus. A Scottish botanist ; b. at Mont- 
rose, and educ. at Aberdeen and Edin- 
burgh ; librarian of the Linnsean Society, 
1806, and to Sir Joseph Banks, 1810-20 ; 
keeper of the botanical collections at the 
British Museum, 1827-58. 

Brown, Samuel Sneade. .^^1 Sanita- 
rian. An English writer of the day. 

Brown, Thomas. Thomas Bruno. 

Bro'wn, Walter. A Lapnan. A 
Scottish writer. 

Browne, Benjamin Frederick. B. 
F. B. An historical and genealogical 
writer of Salem, Mass. 

Browne, Hablot Knight, 1815-82. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 368. 

Browne, J. J. Norweb. A musical 
writer; published at Amsterdam, 1867. 

Browne, James, LL.D., 1793-1841. 
Colonel Cloud. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 368. 

Browne, John. A Student. An Eng- 
lish medical student. 

Browne, John White, 1810-60. ./. 
W. B. An American lawyer; b. in 
Salem, Mass.; Harv. Univ., 1830; was 
a lawyer at Lynn, Mass., and after- 
wards in Boston ; d. in Braintiee, Mass. 

Browne, 3Iaria J. B. ^1 New Eng- 
land hull]. An American writer for the 
young; b. in Nf)rtliamplon, Mass.; was 
a teaclier by profession, but wrote much 
for magazines niid newspapers. 

Browne, Sara H. A Ladii ; A S. S. 
Teacher. An American author ; sister of 
Maria J. E.; b. in Sundei'land, Mass.; 
wrote several books and magazine arti- 
cles in prose and verse. 

Browne, Sir William, 1092-1774. 
J), a. An English jihysician ; educ. at 
Cambridge; settled at Lynn; hnving- 
acquired a competency by his profes- 
sion, he removed to London; d. iit liis 
house in Queen's Square, Bloomsbury. 

Brownsoii, Orestes Augustus, 1803- 
76. (>. A. IJ. An .\merican author; b. 
at Slockbridge, Vt. ; d. in Detroit, Mich. 

Bruce, Alexander. .,1 Friend of the 
Author. A Scottish advocate of the first 
jiart of the eigliteenth century. 

Bruce, Archibald, 1746-1816. A 
Foreign Protestant ; A Rural iJirlne. A 
Scottish clergyman; b. at Broomhall, 
Stirlingshire ; educ. at Glasgow ; minis- 




ter at Whithurn, 1768-86; professor of 
divinity, 1786-1806. 

Bruce, George. A Volunteer. A 
Scotti:<li writer of sixty years ago. 

Bruce, Rev. John. Philalethes. A 
Scottish divine ; minister of tlie United 
Secession congregation, Nevvmilns. 

Bruce, Wallace, 1844-. Thursttj 
McQuill. An American lecturer; b. at 
Hinsdale, Columbia Co., IST.Y. ; Yale 
Coll., 1867 ; has lectured extensively 
on literary subjects. 

Brunet, Pierre Gustave, 1807-, and 
Delepierre, Joseph Octave, 1804-79. 
G. B. 0. D. 

Brunet, P. G. — See " I. and P.," First 
Series, p. 369. 

Delepierre, J. O. — See " I. and P.," 
First Series, p. 407. 

Brun, Ida Brunsig, edle von. Ida 
von Brun-Barnow. A German novelist 
of the daj^ 

Bryan, Edward B., Esq. E. B. B. 
An American writer of South Carolina. 

Bryan, Thomas E. An Old Hand. 
An American publisher of New York 

Bryant, John Howard, 1807-. J. 
11. B. An American poet; brother of 
W. C. Bryant; b. at Cummington, Mass.; 
emigrated in early life to the West, and 
became a farmer in Illinois. 

Bryant, William CuUen. W. C. B.; B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 369. 

Bryce, James, D.D., 1767-1857. A 
Protestant of the School of the Reformation. 
A Scottish divine; b. at Airdrie, in Lan- 
arkshire; educ. at the Univ. of Glasgow; 
minister at Killaig, county Londonderry, 
Ireland, 1805-57, and d. there. 

Brydges, James, 1st Duke of Chan- 
dos. Timon. An English nobleman 
of the first part of the eighteenth cen- 

Brydges, Sir S. E. S. E. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 369. 

Brydone, James. An Elder of the 
United Presbyterian Church. A Scot- 
tish writer and publisher(?) of Edin- 

Buchan, Alexander Winton. Esther. 
A Scottish i^oct and compiler. 

Buchanan, Rev. . A. T. A 

Scottish clergyman of Inverary more 
than a century ago. 

Buchanan, James, 1791-1868. Old 
Ptdilic Eiinctionari/. An American states- 
man ; b. in Franklin Co., Penn. ; Dickin- 
son Coll., Carlisle, Penn., 1809 ; admitted 
to the bar, 1812 ; president of the United 
States, 1857-61 ; d. at Wheatland, near 

Buchanan, John, LL.D. Glasguensis. 
A Scottish writer of the day. 

Buchanan, Robert Williams. B.; 

R. ir. B.; Williams Buchanan. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 369. 

Buchler, Thomas H., M.D. T. H. B. 
An American physician of Baltimore. 

Buck, Benjamin. Masdama. An 
American writer of the day. 

Buck, James Smith. Ichabod. An 
American writer of the day, of Mil- 

Buckham, Rev. Philip Wentworth. 
A Graduate of Cambridge, and Editor of 
the " 71ieat7-e of the Greeks." An English 

Buckingham, Edgar. E. B. An 
American clergyman ; Harv. Univ., 1831 ; 
Divinity School, 1835 ; in 1887 pastor at 
Deerfield, ISlass. 

Buckingham, Edwin, 1801-33. Phin- 
ehas Pica.. An American journalist ; b. 
in Boston ; an editor and proprietor of 
the "New England Mag."; d. on board 
the brig " Mermaid." 

Buckingham, James Silk. An Old 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 370. 

Buckingham, Jane W. J. W. B. 
An American writer of the day, in 

Buckingham, Joseph Tinker. J. 
T. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 370. 

Buckner, J. P. Karl Kringle. An 
American writer of the day. 

Buckridge, Rev. Theophilus, M.A., 
1724-89. T. B.; ***. An English an- 
tiquary ; b. in Lichfield ; educ. at Ox- 
ford ; Master of St. John's Hospital in 
Lichfield, 1769-89, whore he died. 

Budd, Thomas HayAvard. A Chum 
of ./ohnni/ Bull. An English writer of 
the day ; a solicitor(?). 

Budd, William. Witch Hazel-Bud. 

Budgell, Eustace. X: E — ce B — II. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 370. 

Buford, Lieut. Harry T. Loreta 
Janeta Valasqnez. An American writer. 

Bulfinch, Stephen Greenleaf, 1809- 
70. <S. G. B. An American clergyman ; 
b. in Boston, Mass.; Columbian Coll., 
1826 ; studied theology at Cambridge, 
Mass. ; after preaching some years, in 
1852 removed to Cambridge, and d. there. 

Bulfinch, Thomas, 1796-1867. T. B. 
An American author; b. and d. in Bos- 
ton, Mass. ; Harv. Univ., 1814 ; was a 
merchant in Boston till 1837 ; and a 
bank clerk, 1837-67. 

Bull, Mrs. E. O. E. 0. B. An Eng- 
lish lady ; widow of Rev. Henry Bull. 




Bull, Frederick. AJournei/man Book- 
binder. An English writer of London. 

Bull, Ij. a Banker. An American (1) 
fancier of the day. 

Bullard, Mrs. Anna Tuthill Jen- 
Icins. Mrs. Caustic. An American 

Billiard, Asa, 1804-. The Secretan/ 
of the Massachusetts Sabbath School So- 
cieti/. An American clergyman ; b. at 
Northbridge, Mass. ; Amherst Coll., 1828 ; 
Andover Theol. Sem., 1829-31 ; secre- 
tary of the Massachusetts Sabbath 
School Society, 1834-76. 

Bullen, William. A Retired Solicitor. 

See " I. and F.," First Series, p. 371. 

Buller, Miss . Florentia. An 

English writer of Cornwall. 

Bullock, Charles, B.D. The Editor 
of " Oar Own preside." An English 
clergyman ; St. Bees, 1853 ; rector of 
St. Nicholas, Worcester, 1860-74; in 
1887 resident at The Paragon, Black- 

Bullock, Christopher, 1690(?)-1724. 
Peter Padwell, of Padinr/ton, Esq. An 
Englisii actor and dramntist; the son of 
William Bullock, also an actor; in 1717 
married Jane Wilks, tlie daughter of an 
actor ; first appeared (m the stage at 
Drury Lane in 1708. 

Bully, Edouard Koger de. Ro;jer 
de Beaui)oir. 

Bulinan, Alfred. A. B. ; C. S. An 
English writer of the day. 

Bulnier, Thomas S. Nabi Cosmos. 
An English colonial writer of the day, 
of Victoria. 

Bulwer, Sir Henry, afterwards Lord 
Balling, 1801-72. An Old Berievtr. An 
English diplomatist, wiiose full name 
was William Henry Lytton Earle, Baron 
DaUing an I Bulwer ; b. in London ; educ. 
at Harrow and Cambridge ; in 1829 he 
became a diplomatist ; ambassador at 
Washington, 1849-52 ; d. at Naples. 

Bumstead, Josiah F. -/. F. B. An 
American writer ; autiior of school- 
books; b. 1797, at Boston. 

Bunbury, Miss . B . An 

English writer. 

Bunbury, Henry William, Esq., 
1750-1811. Prof. Lumpwitz, S. U. S. 
and G. A. C An English amateur ar- 
tist and' caricaturist; b. at Mildenhall, 
in Suffolk ; educ. at Westminster School 
and Cambridge; his forte was caricature, 
and this he continued to produce till his 
death at Keswick, to which place he re- 
tired in. 1798. 

Bunbury, Major Thomas, C.B. A 
Veteran. An Englisii officer; served in 

the Peninsula War, from 1808 to its 
close ; and at other campaigns, till he 
retired from the service a lieutenant- 
colonel in 1844. 

Bunce, William Gedney, 1842-. 
The Bishop. An American artist; b. at 
Hartford, Conn. ; studied for some time 
at Munich ; in 1878 had a studio in 
Paris, and since in New York City. 

Banner, Henry C. Arthur Lot. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 371. 

Bunsen, Frances Waddington, Bar- 
oness, 1791-187(3. His Widow. An Eng- 
lish lady ; wife of Baron Christian Bun- 
sen ; b. at Dunston Park, Berkshire ; 
married Bunsen at Eome in 1817, in the 
chapel of the Palazzio Savelli; and it 
was twenty-three years from this period 
before she again visited her native land ; 
after her husband's death she went to 
reside at Carlsruhe, and d. there. 

Bunting, Jabez, 1779-1858. Jay 
Bee. An English Wesleyan minister; 
b. at Manchester ; for some time studied 
medicine, but in 1799 entered the min- 
istry ; lie was stationed from 1833 at 
London, where he filled the chief posts 
of influence and authority, and d. in that 

iSurder, Thomas Harrison, 1789- 
1843. A Senior Physician. An English 
physician ; b. at Coventry ; studied in 
London and Edinburgh ; practised his 
profession for 19 years in London, which 
city he left in 1834, and d. at Tunbridge 

Burdett, Miss . Hope Ansted. 

An English writer. 

Burdett, Sir Francis, 1770-1844. 
Enqland's Pride and Westminster's Glory. 
An English politician, third son of Sir 
Eobert Burdett, 4th baronet; educ. at 
Westminster School and Oxford; M.P. 
from 1796; for Westminster, 1807-37, 
and for North Wiltshire, 1837-44. 

Burdon, Rev. Richard, [afterwards 
Sanderson]. An Oxford Divine. An 
English clergyman of Oriel Coll., Ox- 
ford, 1812. 

Burges, Rev. George. Calo. An 
English clergyman of Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge ; vicar of Moulton, near Acle, 

Burgess, Ebenezer, D.D., 1790- 
1870. The Present Pastor. An Ameri- 
can clergyman ; b. in Wareham, Mass. ; 
Brown Univ., 1809; Andover Theol. Sem., 
1815; pastor of the 1st Congregational 
Society at Dedham, Mass., 1821-70, and 
d. there. 

Burgess, J. The Droylesden Bard. 
An English writer of the day. 




Burgess, James. J. B. An English 
biographer, early in the eighteenth cen- 

Burgess, Thomas. Tlie President. 
See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 372. 
Burgh, James. The Editor; J. B. ; 
J. B., Gent. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 372. 
Burgh, William, 1741-1808. A Lay- 
man. An Irish controversialist ; son of 
Thomas Burgh, M.P., of Bert, County 
Kildare ; he lived for the chief part of 
his life in England ; member of the Irish 
Parliament for the borough of Athy, 
county Kildare, 1769-76 ; after having 
lived at York nearly forty years, he d. 

Burgoyne, Lieut. Gen. John. A 
General Officer. 

See " l! and P.," First Series, p. 372. 
Burke, ^Edanus. Cassias. 
See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 372. 
Burke, C. M. C. M. B. An Ameri- 
can Catholic writer of tlie day. 

Burke, Edmund. E B ; 

E — d B — e ; An English Ereeholder ; The 
Dinner Bell ; A Distinguished English 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 372. 
Burleigh, Williami Henry. Fuzzij 
Guzzij ; Ligonier. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 372. 

Burman, . Canny. An 

English writer of the day. 

Burn, David. Tarro Australasiaiicus. 
An English colonial writer of Sydney, 
New South Wales. 

Burnap, George Washington, 1802- 
59. B. : B — p. An Amei'ican clergy- 
man ; b. in Merrimack, N.H. ; Harv. 
Univ., 1824; pastor at Baltimore, Md., 
1828-59; d. in Philadelphia, Penn. 

Burnet, Gilbert, D.D., 1643-1715. 
Balak ; Sa. O.ron. An eminent Scottish 
divine ; b. in Edinburgh ; educ. at Aber- 
deen ; bishop of Salisbury, 1689-1715 ; 
d. in London. 

Burnet, Sir Thomas, 1694-1753. 
T. B. 
See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 373. 
Burnett, Athole. Ttenrub Elohta. 
An English writer of the day. 

Burrage, Henry S^veetser, and 
others. A Committee of the Regiment. 
American soldiers, members of the 36th 
Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, in 
the late civil war. 

Burritt, Elihu, 1810-79. Krick. 
See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 374. 
Burrow, Sir James, 1701-82. J. B., 
E.R.S. and F.S.A. An English lawyer; 
son of Thomas Barrow, of Clapham, Sur- 

rey ; in 1725 called to the Bar at the Inner 
Temple; elected bencher, 1754; became 
reader in 1764, and treasurer, 1765 ; in 
1773 was knighted ; was the owner of 
Starborough Castle in the parish of Ling- 
field, Surrey, and d. there. 

Burt, John P. Prof. J. Q. Smith. 
An American writer of the day, of 

Burt, Thomas Seymour. T. S. B. 

See " I. and P.," Fn-st Series, p. 374. 

Burt, William, 1778-1826. Amicus 
Patrice. An English writer; b. in Ply- 
mouth ; educ. at Exeter and at Bridge- 
water ; for some time resided at Colyton, 
near Honiton ; but finally settled at 
Plymouth as a solicitor, and d. there. 

Burton, . B. An pjiiglisli 

writer; storekeeper of the Victualling 

Burton, Hazen J. H. J. B. An 
American poet. 

Burton, Mrs. Isabel, ne'e Countess 
Arundell, of Wardour. A. E. I.; P. 

Burton, John. A Commissioner. An 
English writer ; fellow of Eton Coll. 

Burton, John, M.D., 1697-1771. Dr. 
Slop. An English antiquary ; b. at Ri- 
pon ; educ. at Oxford, but also studied 
at Leyden and Cambridge ; practised his 
profession in the city and county of 

Burton, Philip, 1746-1806. An Eng- 
lishman. An English writer; clerk of 
the survey in the dockyard at Chatham. 

Burton, Robert (or Nicholas 
Crouch(O), 1632(?)-1725(0 R. B. 
An English miscellaneous writer ; son of 
a tailor at Lewes ; was a publisher, and 
compiled a number of small books, 
which, issued at a shilling each, had 
great popularity. 

Burton, Warren, 1800-66. W. B. 
An American author; b. in Wilton, 
N.H.; Harv. Univ., 1821; Divinity 
School, 1826; after preaching some years 
he devoted himself to objects of reform ; 
d. in Salem, Mass. 

Bury, Lady Charlotte Susan Blaria 
(Campbell), 1775-1861. A Lady. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 375. 

Bush, Charles. Sir Michael Angela 
Papjhael Smith. An American artist of 
the day. 

Bush, George, D.D., 1796-1859. Cam- 
paginator. An American theologian; b. 
in Norwich, Vt.; Dartmouth Coll., 1818; 
professor of Hebrew and Oriental litera- 
ture in the Univ. of New York, from 1831 ; 
in 1847 he became a Swedenborgian and 
a New Church minister; d. in Rochester, 




Bush, Solon Wanton. S. W. B. An 

American clergyman ; Brown Univ., 
1845 ; Cambridge Divinity School, 1848 ; 
pastor of society in Needham, Mass., 
1879-85 et seq. ; resident in Boston. 

Bush, William. Unicus ; Prometheus. 
An American writer of the day, of Chi- 

Busk, George, E.R.S., 1808-86. Paul 
Cypher. An English surgeon and natu- 
ralist; for some years examiner in com- 
parative anatomy and zoology to the 
Univ. of London ; d. in that city. 

Busk, H. W. A Senior Member of 
the Comparni . 

Butler, Alban, 1711-73. A Gentle- 
man. An English hagiographer ; at an 
early age he was sent to a school in 
Lancashire, and when eight years old 
transferred to the English school at 
Douay ; was ordained priest in 1735 ; 
was president of the English Coll. 
at Saint-Omer, 1756(?)-73, where he 

Butler, Benjamin Franklin, 1795- 
1858. Marcus. An American lawyer; 
T). at Kinderhook Landing, N.Y. ; studied 
law with Martin Van Buren, and be- 
came his partner at Albany in 1817; 
licld many important state and national 
offices during his life ; d. in Paris, 

Butler, George H., 1840-80. Harrij 
Zfii((. An American journalist; d. at 

Butler, William Francis. An 
Old Soldier. An Englisli officer ; an 
ensign of the 69th (the South Lincoln- 
shire) Regiment of Foot ; appointed in 

Buttervvorth, James, 1771-1837. 
Paul Bobhiii, Esq., of Alt, near Oldham, 
Manchester ; Paul Bobbin, Couzin German 
of the famous Tim Bobbin of merri) niemori/ ; 
A Person concerned in Trade. An Eng- 
lish topographer of Manchester ; b. in 
the parish of Ashton-under-Lyne ; was 
sent to school under Mr. John Taylor, of 
Alt; after many years spent in tuition 

he acted for some years as postmaster 
of Oldham. 

Butts, Robert, D.D., 1684-1748. The 
Cord Bishop of Norwich. An eminent 
English divine; son of Rev. William 
Butts, rector of Hartest, in Suffolk ; 
educ. at Cambridge ; Bishop of Norwich, 
1733; of Ely, 1738; d. at Ely-house, 
Holborn, 1747-48. 

Buxton, Harry John Wilmot. An 
Oxonian. An English clergyman ; educ. 
at London and Oxford ; vicar of St. 
Giles-in-the-wood, 1878-87. 

Byers, Samuel Hawkins Marshall. 
Ari American Besident. An American 
dramatist and writer of the day. 

Byles, Mather, D.D., 1707-88. Celoiza. 
An American clergyman ; b. in Boston ; 
Harv. Coll., 1725 ; pastor of the HoUis 
Street Church, Boston, 1733-76; spent 
the rest of his life in retirement, and d. 
in his native town(?). 

Byng, George, Admiral, Viscount 
Torrington, 1663-1733. A— I B—g. 
An English admiral ; eldest son of 
John, of Kent ; entered the navy in 
1678 ; became admiral of the fleet in 
1717-18; first lord of the admiralty, 

Byrd, Li. Ella. Beri/l Carr. An 
American writer of the day. 

Byrne, Chax-les A. The Town Crier. 

Byrne, Mrs. William Pitt. An Old 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 376. 

Byron, George Gordon Noel, Lord 
Byron, 1788-1824. Maddolo ; Somebody. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 376. 

Byron, James M., -1827. Her Hus- 
band. An English Wesleyan minister, 
husband of Mrs. Eliza Byron, who was 
b. at Ilelston, 1767 ; d. at Shepton-Mal- 
let, 1803. 

Byron, John, 1723-86. Fouliveather 
Jack. An English naval officer; second 
son of William, 4th Lord Byron ; in 1740 
he was a midshipman to the Wager 
Store Ship; in 1778 became vice-admiral; 
he was the grandfather of the poet. 


Cabet, Etienne, 1788-1856. Francis 1 afterwards in Illinois; d. at St. Louis, 

Adams. A French adventurer; b. at 
Dijon ; became a lawyer and a journal- 
ist; was the founder of tlie sect of Com- 
m unists, known as the " Icarians " ; sought 
to establish a colony of them in Texas, 


Cabinet Ballad. C T. Ballad. 

Cadell, Mrs. Alexander. Sydney 
Dunbar. An English novelist of the day. 

CtBsar, Julius P. A Layman of the 




Church of England. An English clergy- 
man of Calcutta. 

Calcraft, Emily. E. C. An English 

Calder, Rev. Robert, 1650('?)-172o. 
The Countryman; R. C, M.A.; M. R. C, 
a Presbyter of the Suffering Church of 
Scotland. A Scottish clergyman; b. at 
Elgin; educ. at Aberdeen; his last settle- 
ment was at Edinburgh, where he offici- 
ated to a congregation in Toddrick's 

Calder, William. A Journeyman 
Mechanic. A Scottish poet, a book- 
binder in Edinburgh. 

Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853. C. 
An American physician; b. in Caswell 
Co., N.C. ; studied medicine in the Univ. 
of Pennsylvania ; in 1810 he became pro- 
fessor of Natural History in that institu- 
tion ; in 1814 editor of the " Port-Folio " ; 
in 1819 professor in Trans. Univ., Lex- 
ington, Ky. ; in 1837 established a Medi- 
cal Institute in Louisville, Ky., which 
however failed ; d. in that city. 

Calhoun, John Caldwell, 1782-1850. 
Onslow. An American statesman; b. in 
Abbeville District, S.C. ; Yale Coll., 1806 ; 
studied law and was admitted to the bar 
in 1807; M.C., 1811-17; secretary of 
war, 1817-25 ; United States senator, 
1832-43; secretary of state, 1844-45; 
again United States senator, 1845-50; d. 
in Washington. 

Califf, Joseph M. An Officer of the 
Regiment. An American writer ; mem- 
ber of the 7th regiment, United States 
colored troops, 1863-66. 

Callcott, Sir Augustus Wall, 1779- 
1844. ^4. W. C. An English landscape 
painter ; b. in the Mall, Kensington 
Gravel Pits ; became a student of the 
Royal Academy, and commenced his ar- 
tistic career as a painter of portraits un- 
der the tuition of Hoppner ; after 1804 
he exhibited nothing but landscapes for 
many years; in 1810 he was elected a 
member of the Royal Academy ; was 
knighted in 1837 ; and in 1844 became 
conservator of the royal pictures. 

Callcott, Lady Maria (Dundas Gra- 
ham), 1785-1842. M. C; Maria Graham. 
An English lady ; b. at Papcastle, near 
Cockermouth ; early in 1808 she sailed 
with her father to India, and in 1809 mar- 
ried Capt. Thomas Graham, R.N. ; in 1827 
she married Augustus Wall Callcott, the 
artist; d. at Kensington Gravel Pits. 

Calm, Marie. .Marie Ruhland. A 
German novelist of the day. 

Cameron, Rev. Charles, M.A. An 
Eye Witness. An English clergyman; 

Queen's Coll., Oxford, 1831 ; incumbent 
of Christ Church, Trusley, near Derby, 
1859-60 et seq. 

Cameron, Donald Evans, 1695('?)- 
1748. Gentle Lochiel. A Scottish chief ; 
b. at Achnacarrie, Lochiel; in 1719 he 
succeeded his grandfather as chief of the 
clan Cameron, and was loyal to the 
Stuarts ; he unwillingly headed the rising 
in favor of Charles Stuart, who was pro- 
claimed James VIII.; this attempt failing,, 
he took refuge in France, where he died. 

Cameron, Rev. John, 1724-99. Phi- 
lalethes ; Philander. A Scottish Presby- 
terian minister ; b. near Edinburgh ; 
M.A. at the Univ. of Edinburgh ; minister 
of Dunluce, 1755-99. 

Cameron, (Malcolm(?)), 1808-76. 
Fair Play. A Canadian statesman ; b. 
at Three Rivers, Canada East; was self- 
educated; was a farm-boy, a stable-boy 
in Montreal, then a clerk in a brewery, 
finally a general store-keeper; in 1836 
became a representative for the county 
of Lanark, Upper Canada ; in 1851 be- 
came minister of the council ; d. at Ot- 

Campbell, Alexander, 1764-1824. 
A Student of Medicine in the University 
of Edinburgh. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 377. 

Campbell, Archibald, -1744. A 
Gentleman of that country. A Scottish 
divine, second son of Archibald, marquis- 
of Argyll (1598-1661); in 1711 he was 
consecrated bishop of Dundee ; and in 
1721 bishop of Aberdeen, but resigned in 
1724 ; spent his last years in London, 
and d. there. 

Campbell, Archibald, D.D., 1691- 
1756. Alexander Innes, D.D. A Scot- 
tish divine ; b. in Edinburgh; studied at 
Edinburgh and Glasgow ; minister of the 
united jiarishes of Larbert and Dunipace, 
Stirlingshire ; he prepared a treatise on 
" Moral Virtue " ; this he trusted to his 
friend, Alexander Innes, who 'published 
it as his own in 1728, under a somewhat 
different title ; in 1730 he was appointed 
professor of church history at St. An- 
drews ; d. at Boarhill, near that city. 

Campbell, Archibald, flourished, 
1767. The Writer of t/ie "History of the 
Afan after God's Oivn Heart." A Scottish 
satirist, son of the preceding; was a 
classical scholar, but became purser of a 
man-of-war, and remained at sea, leadings 
" a wandering and unsettled life." 

Campbell, B. U. His Reviewer. An 
American writer. 

Campbell, Lady Colin. G. E. 
Brunefille. An English novelist of the 




day, wife of Lord Colin Campbell, the 
ilfth son of the Duke of Argyll, who 
was born in 1853 ; educ. at Eton, St. 
Andrews, and Cambridge, and entered 
the Middle Temple, 187-3; 2kl.P. from 
1878 ; in 1881 he married Gertrude Eliza- 
beth, daughter of Edmond Maghlin 
Blood, Esq., of Briekhill, county Clare. 

Campbell, Douglas H. The Master 
of St. ChLoe Sdtool. An English educator. 

Campbell, Eleanor W. His Widow. 
An American lady, widow of John Wil- 
son Campbell ; a bookseller in Peters- 
burg, Va., for thirty years; b. in that 

Campbell, Elizabeth Thynne, -1866. 
The Countess of Caicdor. An English 
lady, daughter of the 2d Marquess of 
Bath ; wife of John Frederick Campbell, 
1st earl of Cawder, whom she married in 

Campbell, Ellen A. F. Ahhie Plan- 

Campbell, George John Douglas, 
8th duke of Argyle. Macullum More; 
The Marquis of Lome. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 377. 

Campbell, Henry Stuart, 1839-. 
CaiiijibeU Wheafon. An American edi- 
tor and author; b. at Lockport, N.Y. ; 
in 1886 resident at Orange, N.J. 

Campbell, Sir James, Bart. A Free- 
holder. An Irish gentleman, member of 
tlie Irish House of Commons. 

Campbell, John, 1753-84. A British 
Officer latelij returned from the East Indies. 
A Scottisli officer ; b. at Levenside 
House, near Dumbarton ; entered the 
army as an ensign in 1771 ; lieutenant- 
colonel, 1781 ; d. at Bombay. 

Campbell, John, 1766-1840. J. C. 
A Scottish philanthropist; b. at Edin- 
burgh, and educ. at the high school; a 
classfellow of Sir Walter Scott ; his life 
was devoted to works of Cliristian phi- 
lanthropy ; in 1802 he became minister 
of Kingsland Independent Chapel in 
London, and d. in that city(?). 

Campbell, John, 2d duke of Argyle, 
1678-1743. 77/e Penetratiiirj Arqilins. An 
able English commander ; served with 
distinction on tlie Continent, 1705-10, 
and l)ecame lieutenant-general ; and at 
the accession of George I. was made 
commander-in-chief of all the forces in 

Campbell, John, LL.D., 1708-75. M. 
fjiidoriciis ; Shejiherd of Binihurij. 

Sec " I. and 1'.," First Scries, p. 377. 

Campbell, John, 4tli earl of Loudoun, 
1705-82. A NoUe Lord; A Noble Com- 
mander in A merira. A Scottish military 

commander; only son of Hugh, 3d earl 
of Loudoun; entered the army in 1727; 
in 1756 he was appointed commander-in- 
chief of the British forces in America; 
on his arrival lie laid plans for the siege 
of Louisburg; but, wasting his time at 
Halifax, he was recalled to England, 
and General Amlierst succeeded him; d. 
at Loudoun Castle. 

Campbell, John Francis, 1822-85. 
A Traveller. A Scottish writer; b. at 
Islay; educ. at Eton and Edinburgh; 
occui)ied post under the government; d. 
at Cannes. 

Campbell, John George EdTi^ard 
Henry Douglas Sutherland, 1845-. 
The Marquis of Lome. A Scottish poet; 
son of the 8th duke of Argyll ; educ. 
at Eton, St. Andrews, and Trin. Coll., 
Cambridge; M.P., 1868-78; in 1871 
married H.E.H. the Princess Louise 
Caroline Alberta, 4th daughter of H.M. 
Queen Victoria ; was for a time governor- 
general of the Dominion of Canada, from 

Campbell, Mary. Highland Mary. A 
Scottish lass, immortalized by Burns. 

Campbell, IMrs. N. W. A Mother. 

Campbell, Robert Allen. A Chi- 
cago Bible Class Teacher. An American 
Avriter ; a publisherC) of Cliicago; af- 
terwardsC?) of St. Louis. 

Campbell, Thomas. An Impartial 
Hand. A Scottish writer of the early 
part of the eighteenth century. 

Campbell, Thomas, 1733-95. An 
English Traveller. An Irish clergyman ; 
b. "at Glack Co., Tyrone; Trin. Coll., 
Dublin, 1756; curate of Clogher till 
1772, when he was collated to the pre- 
bend of Tyholland ; and in 1773 he was 
made chancellor of St. Macartin's, 
Clogher ; d. in London. 

Canning, Et. Hon. George. The 
(irand Vizier; Charlatan. Gas; The Bight 
Honourable G. C q. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 378. 

Canning, Rev. Richard, A.M., 1708- 
75. A Clergi/ma.n. An English divine; 
educ. at Cambridge ; many years minis- 
ter of the parisli of St. Lawrence, in 
Ipswich, where(?) he died. 

Cannon, Charles James, 1800-60. 
Grandfather Greenwai/. An American 
author; b. and d. in New York City; 
was of Irish parentage, and a Roman 
Catholic; wrote poems, dramas, and 

Cant, Rev. Andrew, -1728. A. C, 
One of the sufering Clergg there. A 
Scottish divine ; bishop of Glasgow ; son 
of Andrew Cant ; from whose winning 




tone in the pulpit the term " cant " is 
supposed to be derived. See the " Spec- 
tator," No. 147. 

Capen, Rev. Leinuel. L. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 378. 

Cappe, Rev. Newcome, 1732-1800. A 
Warm Well- Wisher to the Interests of Gen- 
uine Christianity. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 378. 

Cardale, Paul, 1705-75. Phileleuthe- 
rus Vigorniensis. An English dissenting 
minister; b. at Dudley; was pastor at 
Evesham from 1733, and d. there. 

Cardell, William S., -1828. John 
Franklin Jones. An American maker of 
school-books ; d. in New York City. 

Carey, George SavUle, 1743-1807. 
Paul Tell-Truih, Esq. An English mis- 
cellaneous writer ; b. and d. in Lon- 
don ; a son of Henry Carey ; failed as 
an actor, but gave dramatic entertain- 
ments and imitations of Foote and 

Carey, Henry, -1743. Benjamin 
Bounce. An English poet and musician ; 
son of George Saville Carey, the famous 
marquis of Halifax; he taught music in 
boarding-schools ; he was a very fruitful 
writer, publishing more than two hun- 
dred works. 

Carey, Henry Charles . H. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 378. 

Carey, Mathew. Hamilton ; An Oc- 
togenarian of Philadelphia ; A Pennsijl- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 378. 

Carl XV., King of Sweden, 1826-72. 
C. Author of some poems, etc. 

Carlen, Johan Gabriel, 1814-1875. 
./. G. C. A Swedisli miscellaneous 

Carlen, Mrs. Rosa Catharina, 1836- 
83. T. S. A Swedish novelist. 

Carleton, Hugh. Metoikos. An Eng- 
lish colonial writer of Auckland, New 

Carleton, John. Eiirijalus. 

Carleton, Capt. John William. 
Hi/de Marston. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 379. 

Carleton, William, 1794-1869. Syl- 
vanus. An Irish novelist ; b. at Prillisk, 
coimty Tyrone ; his earliest tutor was 
one Pat Frayne, who appears as " Mat 
Kavanagh " in the " Hedge School " ; he 
went to Dublin in search of fortune with 
two shillings and ninepence in his pocket ; 
he has been regarded as the truest, most 
powerful, and tenderest delineator of 
Irish life; d. in Dublin(?). 

Carlyle, Alexander, D.D., 1722- 
1805. 0. M. Haberdasher; Nestor; A 

Freeholder. A Scottish divine; b. at 
Prestonpans, Midlothian ; educ. at the 
Univ. of Edinburgh ; minister of Inver- 
esk, near Edinburgh, 1748-1805, and d. 

Carlyle, Thomas. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 379. 

Carman, W. C. Will Cooper. An 
American humorous poet of the day, of 
Chicago (■?). 

Carmichael, Charles Montauban. 
An Old Cavalry Officer. An English 
East Indian major-general, of the Ben- 
gal Cavalry, appointed in 1854. 

Carmichael, John. A Manufacturer. 
A Scottish soap manufacturer of Edin- 
burgh (?). 

Carnegie, Mrs., of Pitterow. Rev. 
James Walker. A Scottish poet. 

Carnegie, Georgina Maria (Elliot), 
-1874. Countess ofNortliesk. A Scottish 
compiler; eldest daughter of Sir George 
Elliot, K.C.B., and wife of William 
Hopetoun Carnegie, 8th earl of Northesk. 

Carnegie, James, Earl of Southesk. 
Jonas Fisher. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 379. 

Carnes, Mrs. Hannah. A Female. 
An English poet of Saffron WaldenC?). 

Carpenter, James M. Reuben Linger- 
long. An American writer of the day. 

Carpenter, Miss Mary. M.C. 

See " I. and P.,'' First Series, p. 379. 

Carpenter, Willard O. Oscar. 

Carpenter, William. Common Sense. 
An English astronomer of Greenwich. 

Carr, Robert, Viscount Rochester, 
Earl of Somerset, about 1589-. Alexan- 
der Bendo. An English statesman high 
in favor with James I. In 1616 he and 
his wife were convicted of poisoning Sir 
Thomas Overbury, and were imprisoned 
in the tower for his murder. 

Carrington, E. An Old Maid. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 380. 

Carrington, Edmund. An Old- 
Looker on of Change. An English poet 
of the day(?). 

Carruthers, William A. The Author 
of the " Cavaliers of Virginia " ; The 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 380. 

Cars, John. Laurence Sterne. An 
English writer of one himdred j'^ears ago. 

Carstaires, William, D.D., 1649-1715. 
A Scots Gentleman. A Scottish clergy- 
man ; b. at Cathcart ; educ. at Edinburgh 
and Utrecht; chaplain to the Prince of 
Orange, and minister of the Presbyterian 
congregation at Leyden ; accompanied 
William to England in 1068 ; principal 
of the Univ. of Edinburgh, 1704-15. 



Carstairs, Miss Christian. A Lady. 
A Scottish poet of one hundred years ago. 

Carte, Rev. Thomas, 1686-1754. 
B. A., Esq. ; A Member of Parliament. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 380. 

Carter, Agnes P. A. P. C. An 
Englisli poet. 

Carter, John, 1748-1817. John Ram- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 381. 

Carter, Robert, 1819-79. K. C. An 
American editor ; b. in Albany, N.Y. ; in 
1841 he went to Boston, and resided 
there and in Cambridge, engaged in lit- 
erary and otiier work till 1859 ; and after- 
wards chiefly in New York City ; d. at 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Carter, Samuel. S. C. 
■ See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 381. 

Carter, Timothy H. T. H. C. An 
American financier of Boston ; house at 

Carteret, John, Viscount Carteret and 
Earl Granville, 1690-1763. His Excel- 
lency L. C. An English nobleman, thus 
described by Lord Chesterfield: "Lord 
Granville had great piarts, and a most 
uncommon share of learning for a man 
of quality. He was one of the best 
speakers in the House of Lords, both in 
the declamatory and the argumentative 
way . . . His character nui}- be summed 
up in nice precision, quick decision, and 
unbridled presumption." 

Cart^vright, Anson William Henry. 
A. W. H. C. An P>nglish clergyman ; 
Queen's Coll., Cambridge, 1856 ; origi- 
nal secretary A. C. S., 1872-81 ; in 1887 
resident at the Brinley House, Teign- 

Cartwright, Frances Dorothy, 
1780-1863. F. D. C. An English 
poet ; youngest child of Rev. Edmund 
Cartwright, D.D., inventor of the power- 
loom, etc., and niece of Major John 
Cartwright ; on the death of her uncle 
she retired witli his widow to Worthing; 
d. at Brigliton. 

Cartwright, Major John. A Private 

Sec "I. and P.," First Series, p. 381. 

Cartwright, Rev. John, B.A. C; 
J. C. An English clergyman and trans- 
lator; Christ Coll., Cambridge, 1827; 
minor canon of Durham Cath., 1834-64 ; 
in 1880 ct seij., resident at Old Elvet, 

Carvosso, Benjamin, 1780-1854. 
I/is Son ; llis /''((titer; Her Father. An 
English Wesleyan minister; b. in Glu- 
vias parish, Cornwall ; became a mis- 
sionary to Australia in 1820, returning 

to England in 1830, and acting as a min- 
ister till his death at Tuckingmill, Corn- 

Cary, Henry. A Member of the Uni- 
versity of Cambridge. An English classi- 
cal scholar; son(?) of the following. 

Cary, Henry Francis, 1772-1844. 
M[usceu^s. An English poet; b. at Gi- 
braltar; educ. at Rugby and Oxford; 
vicar of Abbot's Bromley, 1796; of 
Kingsbury, in Warwickshire, 1800; in 
1807 he removed to London, and became 
reader at Berkelej"^ Chapel, still retaining 
his country benefices ; afterwards he re- 
signed his readership, and became after- 
noon lecturer at Chiswick, and curate of 
the Savoy; d. in London, and was buried 
in Westminster Abbey, by the side of 
Samuel Johnson. 

Cary, Thomas Greaves, A.M. An 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 381. 

Casey, Miss Elizabeth OAvens Black- 
burne. E. Owens Blackburne. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 381. 

Cass, Lewis. ^4?; American Minister 
at Paris. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 381. 

Cassidy, John Ij. Larkin. 

Castlereagh, Robert Stewart, Lord 
Viscount, Marquis of Londonderry, 
1769-1822. Derrydoivn Triangle ; Lord 
C /*• A British states- 
man; b. in county Down, Ireland; held 
high public offices from 1794 to his 

Castleton, Henry. H. C. An Eng- 
lish poet of the, first part of the eigh- 
teenth century. 

Caswall, Rev. Edward, 1814-78. 
Scriblerus Redivivus. 

See " I. and P.," Series, p. 381. 

Cater, William. — See " Hudson, J., 
and Cater, William." 

Catley, Miss Anne, 1745-89. Miss C*t- 
l*y. An Engli.sii vocalist; b. near Tower 
Hill, London ; remarkable for beauty of 
face and voice; as early as 1755 she amused 
the officers stationed at the tower bj^ her 
singing; in 1762 she appeared at A^aux- 
hall, and soon became a favorite ; she 
sung at Dublin, at a salary of forty 
guineas a night; in 1770 she returned 
to London, and continued to liave the 
greatest success ; afterwards she became 
the wife of Gen. Francis Lascelles, and 
was the mother of eight children, lived 
with her husband at Ealing, and d. there. 

Catlow, Maria E. M. E. C. An 
English writer for the j'oung. 

CaufFman, Joseph. ./. C- An Amer- 
ican writer of the day. 




Cauldtvell, Ike Reid. Ike Reid. An 
American humorist of the day, of New 
York City. 

Gaunter, Eev. Joiin Hobart, B.D. 

A London Clergi/man. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 382. 

Causten, "James H. ^4 Citizen of 
Baltimore. An American lawyer(?) ; 
spent many years at Washington, press- 
ing the ])ayment of the French claims. 

Causton, Henry Kent Staple. H. 
K. 8. C An Englisli writer on an- 

Cavada, Col. F. F. A Prisoner of 
War. An American soldier in the late 
civil war. 

Cavan, George. George. 

Cave, Edward. Edward Cave, Jan.; 
R. Newton; Sglvanus Urban, of Alder- 
manbur/f, Gent. 

See "I and P.," First Series, p. 382. 

Cave, Mrs. Edward, -1751. Sii 

"From one of the 'Poetical Eijistles,' it ap- 
pears that his wife [Edward Cave's] was named 
Milton, and her tirst husband I^ewton." 

Caw^dell, William. An Amateur. An 
English musician. 

Cecil, James, 1st Marquis of Salis- 
bury, 1748-1823. The Lord Chamber- 
lain. An li'.nglish nobleman ; the son of 
the 6th earl of Salisbury; lord chamber- 
Iain of H.M.'s. household, 1783-1804 ; d. 
at his seat at Theobalds, near Hatfield, 

Cecil, Rev. Ricliard, 1748-1810. A 
Minister. An English clergyman; b. in 
London ; educ. at Oxford ; presented to 
the livings of Chobham and Bisley, in 
Surrey, 1800 ; was distinguished as a 
preacher, and for his skill in music and 

Celesia, Dorothea (Mallet), 1738- 
90. A Lady. An English poet and 
dramatist, daughter of David Mallet the 
poet ; in early life she was married to 
Signor Pietro Paolo Celesia, a Genoese 
patrician; from 1759 she resided with 
her husband chiefly in Italy ; d. at Genoa. 
The pseudonym will be found in "I. and P." 

Cennick, John. ./. C. An English 
clergyman of the eighteenth century ; at 
one time of Readings, Berks. 

Centlivre, Susannah Freeman, 
1667(0-1723. R. 3L ; Susanna Carroll. 
An actress and dramatist ; daughter of 
a Mr. Freeman, of Holbeach, Lincoln- 
shire, who removed to Ireland, where she 
is supposed to have been born ; about 
1706 she married Joseph Centlivre, prin- 
cipal cook to Queen Anne and George I., 
and lived with him till her death, in 

Buckingham Court, Spring Gardens, 
where her husband resided, 1712-24. 

Chads, Sir Henry Ducie, 1788(?)- 
1868. An Old Follower. An English 
naval officer, son of Captain Henry 
Chads ; entered the navy in 1803, and 
became admiral 1863, and G.C.B. in 
1865 ; the latter years of his life were 
passed at Southsea, where (1) he died. 

Chadwick, Henry, 1824-. Chad. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 382. 

Challice, Mrs. Annie Emma (Arm- 
strong), 1821-75. L>r. Challice. An 
English author ; b. and d. in London ; 
wife of Dr. John Challice ; was remark- 
able for wit and graceful manners. 

Challoner, Rt. Rev. Richard, D.D. 
Philalethes ; R. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 382. 

Chalmers, George, 1742-1825. The 
Editor of the " Beauties of Fox, North and 
Burke"; Aurelius. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 382. 

Chamberlain, Rt. Hon. Joseph, 
1836-. Joseph ; Mr. Daniel Creedy, M.P. 
An English politician; b. in London; 
educ. in that city, and was in business at 
Birmingham till 1874; M.P. for that 
city, 1876-86, and for West Birming- 
ham, 1887, when he withdrew from the 
Gladstone party ; has contributed since 
articles to the " Fortnightly Review." 

Cliamberlain, Mrs. M. H. Carrie 
Carlton. An American poet of the 

Chamberlain, Rev. Nathan Henry. 
N. H. C. ; Listener ; Shawmut. An Amer- 
ican clergyman ; Harv. Coll., 1833 ; in 
1887 Episcopal minister at East Boston, 

Chamberlain, Rev. Thomas. T. C. 
An English clergyman ; Christ Church, 
Oxford, 1831 ; vicar of St. Thomas Mar- 
tvr, Oxford, 1842-87 ; Hon. canon of 
Christ Church, Oxford, 1882-87. 

Chambers, Mrs. Anne(1). A. C. A 
ScottishC?) writer; wife of Robert 

Chambers, Sir Charles Harcourt. 
C. An English colonial jurist; one of 
the judges of Bombay; barrister-at-law 
of Lincoln's Inn. 

Chambers, Ephraim, about 1680- 
1740. A Society of Gentlemen. An Eng- 
lish writer; b. at Kendal, of Quaker 
parents ; at London the author of the 
" Cyclox)fedia " ; d. at Canonbury House, 
Islington, and buried in the cloister of 
Westminster Abbey. 

Chambers, G. H. One who for more 
than thirtii years has dealt largely in money. 
An English banker(?). 




Chambers, George Frederick, 1841-. 
G. F. C. An English lawyer ; b. in Lon- 
don; educ. at King's Coll., London; 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple, 
1866; a member of the Southeastern 
circuit, and an assistant of the Local 
Government Board, 1872. 

Chambers, John David, M. A . A Lay- 
man ; A Layman of the Eiu/lish Church. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 382. 

Chambers, Robert, LL.D., 1802-71. 
R. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 382. 

Chambers, William, LL.D., 1800-83. 
W. C. ; Her Master. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 383. 

Chambers, William and Robert. 

w. c\- R. a 

See "I. and P.," First Series, pp.382,383. 

Chamier, C. F. C. F. C. An Eng- 
lish colonial writer. 

Champfield, . Captain Cloak- 

hacj. An English writer of the middle of 
the seventeenth century. 

Champlin, Edwin Ross, 1854-. 
Buxton West. An American writer; in 
1880 resident at Westerly, R.I. ; con- 
tributor to the " Literary World." 

Champseix, Mme. Leonie (Berat). 
Andre Leo. A French novelist; widow 
of Gregoire Champseix, who d. in 1863. 
" Andre' Leo," the names of her two sons. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 388. 

Chandler, Joseph Ripley, 1792-1880. 
./. R. C; The Editor of the U. S. (JazeAte. 
An eminent American lawyer ; b. at 
Kingston, Plymouth Co., Mass.; was for 
many years a resident of Philadelphia, 
at one time its M.C., and editor of the 
"United States Gazette," and d. there. 

Chandler, Peleg Whitman. .1 Zay- 
man ; A Member of the Boston Bar. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 383. 

Chandler, Samuel, D.D., 1693-1706. 
A Gentleman who tras present at both Con- 
ferences. An eminent English dissenter; 
b. at Hungerford in Berks. ; educ. at the 
academy at Bridgewater, and at Leyden ; 
co-pastor and pastor at the Old Jewry, 
London, 1726-n(). 

Chandler, AViUiam Eaton, 1835~. 
Civilization. An American statesman ; 
b. in Concord, N.H.; Harv. Law School, 
1855 ; settled in his native city ; secretary 
of the United States Navy, 1882-84; 
United States senator, 1887-. 

Channing, Richard. A Clerr/i/man. 
An English dissenter of the seventeenth 

Channing, Walter, M.D., 1786-1870. 
W. C. ; The Patient ; A Phijsicicin. An 
eminent American physician ; b. at New- 

port, E.I. ; educ. at Harv. Univ. ; became 
professor in his alma mater, while prac- 
tising his profession in Berlin, where he 

Channing, William Ellery, D.D. 
Un Eerie ain Aniericain ; C. 
See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 388. 
Channing, Rev. William Henry, 
1810-84. W. H. C. An American 
clergyman ; b. in Boston ; Ilarv. Univ., 
1829 ; Divinity School, 1833 ; after 
preaching laiany years in the United 
States he went to England, and in 1857 
he became the successor of the Eev. 
James Martineau, at Liverpool ; his lat- 
ter years were chiefly passed in Eng- 
land ; d. in London. 

Chao Phya Thipakon. A Siamese 
Minister of State. 

Chapard, Francis G. F. G. C. An 
American sailor. 

Chapin,AlonzoBoAven,D.D. A.B.C. 
See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 388. 
Chaplin, Heman W. G. H. White. 
An American author of the day. 

Chaplin, Jane Dunbar. Hijla. An 
American writer of the day. 

Chapman, . A Late Dignified 

Clergyman. An English clergyman, of 
the Abbey Church at Bath. 

Chapman, Alfred F. Grand High 
Priest of the Grand Arch Chapter of 
Massachusetts. An eminent American 
Freemason of Boston ; in 1887 an insur- 
ance agent in that city. 

Chapman, Charles C. C. C. C An 
American publisher of Chicago, 111. 

Chapman, Miss Jane Frances. A 
Ladij. An English translator. 

Chapman, John, D.D., 1704-84. 
Philobibliciis Cantubrigirnsis. An Eng- 
lish clergyman; b. at Strathfieldsay(?), 
Hampshire ; educ. at Eton and Cam- 
bridge ; archdeacon of Sudbury, and 
treasurer of Chichester; d. at Mersham, 
Kent, where he was rector from 1744. 

Chapman, John A. ./. A. Mercator. 
An American poet of the day, of the 

Chapman, Miss Mary Francis, 1888- 
84. J. C. Ayrton. An Englisli novelist ; 
b. at Dublin ; educ. at Staplehurst, Kent, 
Eng.; d. at Old Charlton. 

Chapman, Rev. Richard. The Vicar 
of Cheshuni. An English clergyman of 
the first part of the ciglitecnth century. 

Chappie, William, 1718-81. Dn-oni- 
ensis. An English topngrai)her ; b. at 
Witheridgc, in Devonshire; from about 
1742 he was secretary of the ]")evon and 
Exeter Hospital for nearly forty years ; 
d, at Exeter. 




Charles II., 1630-85. Old Rowle./. 
King of England, 1600-85. 

Charles XII., of Sweden, 1682-1718. 
The Alejxinder of the Xurth. A c;elebrated 
conqueror ; b. at Stockholm , king of Swe- 
den, 1697-1718 ; killed at the siege of Fred- 

Charles, George Drummond. A 
Scotch Banker. A Scottish writer; teller 
of the Royal Bank, Glasgow. 

Charlesworth, Rev. Beedam. A Pas- 
tor. An English clergyman ; Trin. Coll., 
Cambridge, 1827 ; curate in charge of 
the Henderson Memorial Church, Clifton, 
Bristol, 1802-70 et seq. 

Charles\\'orth, Rev. John, B.D. A 
Glergjinan. An English divine; Queen's 
ColL, Cambridge, B.D., 1826; rector of 
St. Mildred's, London, 18-14-60 et seq. 

Charlett, Arthur, 1655-1722. Ahra- 
Jiavi Frotli. An English scholar ; b. at 
Shipton, near Cheltenham ; educ. at Ox- 
ford; master of University Coll., Oxford, 
1692-1722 ; d. at his lodgings in the Uni- 

Charley, Sir William Thomas, Knt., 
1833-. A Member of the Council of the 
National Union. An Irish lawyer; b. in 
the county of Antrim; St. John's Coll., 
Oxford, 1856; called to the bar at the 
Middle Temple, 1865; Q.C., 1880; com- 
mon sergeant of the city of London 
since 1878; M.P., 1868-80. 

Charlotte, Queen Consort of George 
III. An Illustrious Hen ; An Illustrious 

Charlton, J. C. His Eldest Son. An 
English editor; eldest son of Rev. John 
Moore Charlton, an English Congrega- 
tional minister. 

Charlton, Mary. The Parisian. An 
Englisli writer of one hundred years ago. 

Charlton, W. H. TU. H. C. An Eng- 
lish gentleman of Hesleyside. 

Charteris, Col. Francis, 1675-1732. 

Colonel F. Ch-rtr-s; Colonel Ch s,- 

Colonel Don Francisco. An English offi- 
cer ; son of John, second son of Sir John 
Charteris, of Amisfield ; at an early age 
he entered the army, but, while an ensign, 
he was drummed out of his regiment for 
cheating at cards ; having made other at- 
tempts to serve, but not succeeding, on 
account of his vile conduct, he ceased at 
last to persevere in them, and devoted all 
his serious attention to gambling ; by this 
means he acquired a large fortune, ulti- 
mately amounting to £7000 a year, in 
addition to £100,000 in the stocks; d. at 
his seat of Stoneyhill, near Musselburgh. 

Chase, Rev. Drummond Percy. D. 
P. C; The Vicar. An English clergy- 

man ; vicar of St. Mary-the- Virgin, 1856- 
63 and 1876-78 ; principal of St. Mary 
Hall, Oxford, 1857-87. 

Chase, Drummond Percy, and Sal- 
ter, W. C. The Principals of those Halls. 

Chase, Francis EdAvard, M.D. A 
Lai/man. x\.n English writer. 

Chase, Rev. 31oses, 1797-1878. The 
Pastor. An American Congregational 
minister; b. at Hopkinton, N.H.; Dart- 
mouth Coll., 1820; pastor at West Brook- 
field, Mass., 1842-44 ; d. at Norwood, N.J. 

Chasles, Victor Euphemion Phila- 
rete, 1798-. Un Critique. A French 
writer; b. at Mainvilliers, near Chartres; 
has for many years distinguished himself 
by the variety, excellence, and multiplic- 
ity of his works. 

Chatelain, Clara (de Pontigny) de, 
1807-76. Leopold Wrai/. An English 
musical composer and author; b. and d. 
in London ; in 1843 she married, at Lon- 
don, Jean Baptiste Fran9ois Ernest de 
Chatelain, and the marriage proved most 

Chatfield, Edward, 1800-39. Echion. 
An English artist and author; b. at Croy- 
don ; became a student under Benjamin 
Robert Haydon; was chiefly a portrait 
painter ; d. at 66 Judd Street, Brunswick 
Square, London. 

Chatterton, Thomas. Dunelmus Bris- 
toliensis; Moderator ; Marrellous Boy ; Wil- 
liam Cant/nges ; Thomas Rowley ; John de 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 384. 

Chatto, William Andrew. (T'. ^4. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 384. 

Chaumonnot, Charles Albert. 
Charles Albert. \ French physician. 

Chauncy, Charles, D.D. One that 
has perused the " Summer Morning's Con- 
versation "; Anti-Enthusiasticus. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 384. 

Cheetham, James. A Citizen of New 
York ; Politicus. 

See " I. and P.," First Serie's, p. 384. 

Cheever,Rev.GeorgeBarrell,D.D. A 
Lover of Cadworth and Truth ; G. B. C. ; 
One of the People. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 384. 

Chegwidden, T. C. Hollis True. An, 
Englisli writer of the day. 

Chesnej', Mrs. Louisa and Mrs. Jane 
(Chesney) O'Donnell. His Wife and 
Daughter. English ladies; wife and 
daughter of Francis Rawdon Chesney. 

Chester, Harry. The President. An 
English educational writer ; president of 
the Highgate Institution, Kontish-'rown. 

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stan- 
hope, 4th Earl of, 1694-1773. E of 




C f d. An English courtier, 

orator, and wit, renowned as a model of 
politeness and an oracle of taste ; b. in 
London ; educ. at Cambridge ; made the 
tour of Europe in 1714, during which he 
contracted a passion for gaming; M.P., 
1715; member of the House of Lords, 
172G; ambassador to Holland, 1728; 
lord-lieutenant of Ireland, 1745 ; princi- 
pal secretary of state, 1746-48. His fame 
as an author is founded chiefly on his 
"Letters to his son," of which work Dr. 
Johnson said, "Take out the immoral- 
ity, and it should be put into the hands 
of every gentleman." 

Chetwood, WiUiam Rufus, -1766. 
Gargantua Pantaqriiel ; Knight of the Sable 
Purse ; W. R. Ch~d. An English book- 
seller and dramatist ; was prompter for 
more than twenty years at Drury Lane 
Theatre ; d. in Dublin. 

ChUd, Francis James, 1825-. F. 
J. C. An American educator ; b. in 
Boston ; Harv. Univ., 1846 , professor 
there, 1851-87 et seg. 

Child, Mrs. Lydia Maria. L. M. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 385. 

Child [Thomas Edward] Theo- 
dore, 1854-. Theoc. An English cor- 
respondent; b. at Liverpool ; Wadham 
Coll., 1876; in 188G, resident hi Paris, 

Childe, Miss A. F. A Ladij : A. F. 
C- An English writer. 

Childers, Rt. Hon. Hugh Culling 
Eardley, 1827-. Mr. Ch,l***s. An 
English statesman; b. in London; educ. 
at Cheam School and at Trin. Coll., 
Cambridge; was in Australia, 1850-57; 
M.P., 1860-85; first lord of the admi- 
rality, 1868-71 ; chancellor of tlie duchy 
of Lancaster, 1872-73; secretary of state 
for war, 1880- ; chancellor of the ex- 
chequer, 1882-85; M.P. for South Edin- 
burgii, 1886; and home secretary. 

ChUtern, Faith. F. C. An English 
religious writer of the day. 

Chisholm, Walter, 1856-77. Waltie. 

A Scottish poet; son of a Btrvvicksliire 

shepherd ; b, at Easter Ilarclaw, near 

Chirnside, and became himself a shep- 

"herd ; d. at Dorlaw. 

Chittenden, Albert Jerome, 1839-. 
A Student. An American clergyman; 
b. at Westbrook, Conn.; Kipon Coll., 
Wisconsin, 1868; Andover Theol. Sem., 
1874 ; Methodist pastor at Boulder, Col., 
1876-80; without charge there, 1880. 

Chitty, Edward. E. C, Esq. 

See "I. and T'.," Eirst Series, p. 385. 

Cholmondeley, Edward, E. C — hi, 


Cholmondelay, Mrs. Jane. Mrs. 
C—lij. An English adventuress. 

Chorley, Henry Fothergill. Paul 
Bell ; H. F. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 385. 

Chow^anetz, Joseph. Julian Chow- 
nitz. A German novelist and historian. 

Christie, Albany James. A. J. C. 
An English Roman Catholic clergyman, 
poet and dramatist, of the Church of 
the Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, 

Christie, Hugh, 1710-74. H. C. A 
Scottish schoolmaster and grammarian; 
b. at Garvock, Kincardineshire; educ. 
at King's Coll., Aberdeen ; rector of the 
grammar school of Brechin ; then of that 
of Montrose, where he died. 

Christie, James, 1773-1831. J. O. 
An English antiquary and auctioneer; 
b. and d. in London ; educ. at Eton. 

Christophers, Dr. Samuel Woel- 
cock. X. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 385. 

Christy, Edwin Byron. E. B. G. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 386. 

Chudleigh, Lady Mary (Lee), 1656- 
1710. M. C; 3Iarissa; A Lad;/ of 
Qualiti/. An English poet ; b. at Wins- 
lade, Devonshire ; in 1685 married Sir 
George Chudleigh of Ashton, where she 

Church, William Conant, 1836-. 

Pierrepoiit. An American editor 

and publisher ; b. in Rochester, N.Y. ; 
editor and proprietor of the "Army and 
Navy Journal " since 1863. 

Churchill, Charles. C s 

G /. 

See " I. and P.." First Series, p. 385. 

Churchill, John, the Duke of Marl- 
borough, 1650-1722. JIumphrei/ Hocu.'i ; 
The Handsome Englishman ; Doctor Mira- 
bel ; Doctor John; An Officer of Distinc- 
tion. An eminent English soldier; b. at 
Ashe, in Devonshire; rose to the higli- 
est rank in the English army. 

Churton, Ralph, 1754-1831. A Mem- 
ber of the Universitji of Oxford. An Eng- 
lish clergyman; b. in the township of 
Bickley and parish of Malpas, Cheshire ; 
educ. at Brasenose Coll., Oxford; rector 
of Middleton Chenej', Northants, 1702; 
and arclideacon of St. David's, 1805; d. 
at Middleton Cheney. 

ChytrfBus, C E. Fetter Jonsson. A 
Swedish author. 

Cibber, Colley, 1671-1757. The King 
of Dunces. An lOnglish actor and dram- 
atist ; b. in London ; was sent to the freo 
school of Grantliam, in Lincolnshire, 
1682-87; for a time served in the arm}' 




after the landing of William of Orange ; 
first appeared on tlie stage, at the Thea- 
tre Royal, in 1691 ; in 1695-96 his first 
play, " Love's last Shift," was produced, 
and was successful ; after this he had 
great success both as an actor and as a 
dramatist ; he died, some say, in Berkeley 
Square ; and others, in a house next the 
Castle Tavern, Islington. 

Claiborne, Andrew. Celticus. A 
Scottish writer. 

Clair, Cliarles. Antonin Lirac. A 
French writer of the day. 

Claphani, John Peele. J. P. G. An 
English compiler. 

Clapp, Rev. Dexter, 1816-68. C. An 
American clergyman ; b. at Westhamp- 
ton, Mass. ; Amherst Coll., 1839 ; pastor 
at Salem, Mass., 1851-64 ; resided there 
without charge, 1864-68, and d. there. 

Clapp, Mrs. S. F. S. F. C An 
American writer, wife of the preceding. 

Clark, — — His Father. An Amer- 
ican writer of New York City(?), father 
of John Pay son Williston Clark. 

Clark, Bracy. B. C. ; An English 
Shoeinq Smith. 

See" I. and P.," First Series, p. 386. 

Clark, David. A Protestant Layman. 
An Irish writer. 

Clark, E. A President Assistant. An 
English civil engineer. 

Clark, Rev. Eli Benedict, A.M., and 
others, 1808-. A Committee of Pastors. 
An American Congregational minister ; 
b. at Waterbury, Conn. ; Yale Coll., 
1836 ; Yale Divinity School, 1839 ; pastor 
1st Church, Chicopee, Mass., 1839-. 

Clark, Mrs. Elizabeth J. H. His 
Wife. An English woman, ^ife of Rev. 
Samuel Clark, rector of Eaton-Bishop. 

Clark, Mrs. H. K. W. A. C. Travel- 
ler. An American writer of the day, of 
San Francisco. 

Clark, Hamlet. Philocosmos. An Eng- 
lish entomologist of the British Museum. 

Clark, Henry. A Journeijman Printer. 
An English compositor v/ho visited the 
United States between 1857-61 ; is on 
the staff of the Religious Tract Society. 

Clark, Rev. James. One of the Min- 
isters of the Gospel in Cilasf/ow ; A Presby- 
ter of the Church of Scotland ; A Minister 
of the Grospel. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 386. 

Clark, John. J. C. An English 

Clark, Joseph Sylvester, D.D., 1800- 
(il. A Grandfather. An American Con- 
gregational clergyman ; b. in South Ply- 
mouth, Mass. ; Amherst Coll., 1827 ; An- 
dover Theol. Sem., 1831 ; secretary of 

the Massachusetts Home Missionary So- 
ciety, 1839-57 ; of the Congregational 
Library Association, 1853-61 ; d. at 
West Newton, Mass. 

Clark, Rev. Nelson, 1813-80. Their 
Late Pastor. An American clergyman ; 
b. at Brookfield, Vt. ; Dartmouth Coll., 
1838 ; Andover Theol. Sem., 1842 ; tutor 
in the Western Reserve Coll., 1838-39 ; 
preached at the West from 1876, and d. 
at National, Iowa. 

Clark, Rev. Samuel Adams, 1822-75. 
The Rector of the Church of the Advent. An 
American clergyman ; Newburyport, 
Mass. ; studied theology at Andover, 
Mass., Alexandria, Va., and Litchfield, 
Conn. ; rector of the Church of the Advent, 
Phila., 1848-56; of St. John's Church, 
Elizabeth, N.Y., 1856-75, and d. there. 

Clark, Thomas, M.D., 1801-67. One 
of the Professors. A Scottish chemist ; b. 
at Ayr, and received his early education 
at the Ayr Academy ; he was professor 
of chemistry in Marischal Coll. and Univ., 
Aberdeen, 1833-60 ; d. at Aberdeen. 

Clark, William Adolphus. Anicetus. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 387. 

Clark, WiUiam George, 1821-78. 
IF. G. C. An English man of letters; 
educ. at Cambridge; spent most of his 
life there ; d. at York. 

Clarke, Adam, LL.D., 1762(?)-1832. 
^1. C. An Irish Wesleyan preacher, 
commentator, and theological writer ; b. 
at Moybeg, in the parish of Kilcronag- 
han, county Londonderry ; completed his 
education at Kingswood School, near 
Bristol ; as a preacher he soon became 
remarkably popular, and rose to a high 
rank in the Wesleyan body ; after 1805 
he chiefly lived in London and the neigh- 
borhood ; he was greatly distinguished 
as a scholar, and was the personal friend 
of many dignitaries of the Church and of 
other distinguished persons. 

Clarke, Anne. A Country-woinan. 
An English writer of Shipston-op-Stour. 

See "Gent. Mag.," Vol. LXXVIIL, p. 
239 ; and LXXXIV., p. 582. 

Clarke, Mrs. Asia (Booth). His 
Daughter. An American lady ; daughter 
of Julius Booth, the Elder. 

Clarke, Dorus, D.D., 1797-1883. A 
Congreqationalist ; Clericus Hampdenensis. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 387. 

Clarke, Edward Daniel, LL.D. An 
Absent Man. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 387. 

Clarke, Edw^ard Hammond, M.D., 
-1877. E. H. C. An American physi- 
cian; Harv. Coll., 1841; for many years 
a physician of Boston. 




Clarke, Miss Emily. JEmilia Julia. 
An English poet ; protegee of Alphonse 
de Lamartine, wlio advised • her to sup- 
press lier " Saplio" as below her powers. 

Clarke, Henry, 1743-1818. H.C. An 
English mathematician ; b. at Salford ; 
educ. at the Manchester Grammar School ; 
at the age of thirteen became an assistant 
in the academy of Aaron Grimshaw, a 
Quaker, at Leeds ; he spent his after-life 
chiefly in teaching; he was professor at 
the military college at Great Mario w, 
1802-17; d. at Islington. 

Clarke,. James Freeman,D.D. J.F. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 387. 

Clarke, Rev. John, D.D., 1755-98. 
One icJw wishes well to him in common with 
Mankind. An American Congregational 
divine ; b. at Portsmouth, N.H. ; Harv. 
Coll., 1774; pastor in Boston, 1778-98, 
where he died. 

Clarke, Louisa Lane. L. L. C. An 
Englisli writer of (iuernsey-lsle. 

Clarke, Mrs. 3Iary Bayard (Deve- 
reux). Tenella. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 387. 

Clarke, Rev. Pitt, -1835. A Pastor. 
An American Congregational minister; 
Harv. Univ., 1790. 

Clarke, Robert D. Sitting Bull. An 
American writer of the day, of the West. 

Clark, S. ;S'. C An English scholar 
of Hclston Grammar School, Cornwall. 

Clarke, Rev. Samuel Childs. A Vil- 
lage Charrhman. An English divine; St. 
Mary's Hall, Oxford, 1844 ; P.O. of St. 
Thonias, Launceston, 1848-75 ; head- 
master of the Launceston Grammar 
School, 1849-75; vicar of Thorveton, 
1875-80 et seq. 

Clarke, Sir Simon Houghton. A 
West Indian. 

Clarke, Thomas Curtis. 7'. C. C. 
An American writer; Harv. Coll., 1848. 

Clarke, William Branwhite. A 
Member of the Church esl(d)linli('d bi/ the 
Law. An English clergyman of New 
South Wales(7). 

Claudius, Matthias. Der Wands- 
becker Bute ; le Mei^sager df. Wand sbcck . 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 387-88. 

Clay, Henry, 1777-1852. Mdl-boi/ of 
the Stashes; 2'he Great Commoner. An 
eminent American statesman ; b. in 
Hanover Co., Va., in a district cm lied 
"The Slashes"; Ids family having re- 
moved to Kentucky, he remained at 
Richmond, and studied law with Rob- 
ert Brooke ; in 1797 removed to Lex- 
ington, Ky., and, during the rest of his 
life, was distinguished for Ids legal and 
political eminence; d. in Wasliington. 

Clayton, Augustine Smith, 1783- 
1839. David Crockett. An American 
jurist ; b. at Fredericksburg, Va. ; his 
family removing to Georgia, he gradu- 
ated at the Univ. of Georgia in 1804 ; 
was admitted to the bar; was a judge 
of the Superior Court, 1819-25 and 
1828-31; M.C., 1831-35; d. in Athens, 

He was the reputed author of " Crockett's 
Life of Van Buren." 

Clayton, E. E. C. An English lady 
of tlie first part of the eighteenth century. 

Cleghorn, George. A71 Amateur. A 
Scottish writer on art. 

Cleland, Col. William(?). Will Hon- 
eycomb. An English gentleman ; the 
" Will Honeycomb " of the " Spectator 

Clephane, James O. J. 0. An 
American lnwyer(;) of Chicago. 

Cler, Albert. Jules de Bre'val. A 
French writer. 

Cler, Jean Joseph Gustave, 1814- 
59. An Officer of Zouaves. A French 
general ; b. at Salins (Jura) ; entered 
the army in 1835 ; general of division, 
1855 ; killed at Magenta, Italy. 

Clerk, Mrs. Godfrey. Alice M. Frere. 
An English writer of the day; wife of 
Godfrey Clerk. 

Clerk, James. An Elder of the Church 
of Scotland. A Scottish writer of the first 
part of the eighteenth century. 

Cleveland , Henry Russell. H. R. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 388. 

Cleveland, Horace William Shaler. 
//. W. S. C. An American landscajje 
gardener of the day. 

Cleveland, Hon. John. S — rij of the 
A — tji [Secretary of the Admiralty]. An 
Englisli politician of the middle of the 
eighteentli century. 

Clifford, Hon. Robert. Tlie Trans- 
lator of that Work. An English writer of 
one hundred years ago. 

Clifton, Miss Mabel. Frank Brier- 

Clippinger, J. A. Samson. An 
American writer of tlie day. 

Clive, Mrs. Caroline (Wigley). V. 

See " r. and P.," First Series, p. 388. 

Clode, Charles Mathew, 1818-. The 
Master of tlie [Merchant Tailors'] Compuni/ 
for the ijear 187S-4. An English attorney- 
at-law ; b. in London ; called to the bar 
at the Inner Temple, 1862 ; solicitor to 
the War Office, 1858-70 ; legal under- 
secretary, 1870-80; C.B., 1880. 

Clootz, Jean Baptiste (Anacharsis), 
Baron de. 1755-94. UnPrnssien; Alfaki 
Ali-Gier-Ber. A Prussian enthusiast ; b. 




near Cleves; became a resident of Paris 
and a partisan of the Revolution ; called 
himself "the orator of the human race"; 
was proscribed by Robespierre, and exe- 

Close, John. Delta. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 388. 

Clough, Mrs. Blanche (Smith) . His 
Wife. An English lad}'; daughter of 
Samuel Smith, of Combe Mouse ; in 1854 
was married to Arthur Hugh Clough. 

Clubbe, Rev. John, 176;3(?)-73. The 
Editor of the " History and Antiquities of 
Wheatfield in Suffolk " ; The Farmer. An 
English satirical writer ; b. at Wheatfield, 
Suffolk ; educ. at King's Coll., Cambridge ; 
vicar of Debenham, Suffolk, in 1730 ; rec- 
tor of Wheatfield, 1735-73. 

Clubbe, Rev. WUliani, LL.B., 1745- 
1814. A British Officer ; The Minister of 
their Parish. An English divine ; educ. 
at Cambridge ; rector of Elowton and 
vicar of Brandeston, county Suffolk; d. 
at Framlingham, where he had resided 
for some years. 

Clulow, William Benton, 1802-82. 
A Recluse. An English Dissenter ; b. at 
Leek, Staffordshire ; educ. at Hoxton 
Acad.; pastor at Shaldon, Devonshire, 
1823-35 ; classical tutor at Airdale Coll., 
Bradford, 1835-43 ; after residing forty 
years at Bradford he retired to Leek, 
where he died. 

Clunes, John. An Officer in the Ser- 
vice of the Hon. East India Compuni/. An 
English colonial compiler. 

Coalfield, Jonathan. IF. Graham 
Simpson. An English artist of the day. 

Coape, H. C. Mervi/n Merriton. An 
English miscellaneous writer of the day. 

Coatsworth, J. J. C. An English 
dramatist of the day. 

Cobb, J. Storer. Hubert White; Jay 

Cobb, James, 1756-1813. ,/. C. An 
English dramatic poet; in 1771 entered 
the secretary's office of the East India 
Company, in which he rose to the post 
of secretary ; in 1800 he married Miss 
Stanfell, of Fratton, Hampshire. 

Cobb, Joseph Beckham, 1819-1858. 
J. B. C. ; ***. An American author ; 
b. in Oglethorpe Co., Ga; educ. at Frank- 
lin Coll., Athens, Ga. ; in 1838 removed 
to Noxubee Co., Miss., where he devoted 
himself to literary pursuits ; d. at Colum- 
bus, Ga. 

Cobb, Josiah. A Younker. An 
American writer ; published at Balti- 
more, 1841. 

Cobb, Liyman, about 1800-64. Ex- 
aminator. An American author ; b. in 

Massachusetts ; was one of the greatest 
educators of his time, and an active 
member of numerous benevolent socie- 
ties ; d. at Colesburg, Potter Co., Penn. 

Cobb, S. An Albany (N.Y.) Cham- 
berlain. American municipal officei*. 

Cobb, Sylvanus, Jr., 1823-87. Col. 
Walter D. Dunlap. An American au- 
thor; b. in Waterville, Maine; devoted 
his life cliiefly to literary work ; since 
1868 he resided at Hyde Park, Mass., 
and d. there. 

Cobb, William. Jules Lermina. 

Weller makes Cobb the real name and " Ler- 
mina" the pseudonym. The British Museum 
Catalogue makes "Cobb" the pseudonym and 
Lermina the real name. 

Cobbett, William. Billy Cobb ; Jona- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 389. 

Cobbold, Elizabeth (Knipe 
Clarke), 1767-1824. Eliza Clarke; 
Carolina Petty Pasty. An English 
poetical •writer; b. in London; in 1790 
she married William Clarke, and he 
dying, she in 1792 was again married to 
John Cobbold, of Ipswich ; she estab- 
lished a clothing society for infant poor 
in 1812, a charitable bazaar in 1820, and 
was a frequent contributor to the minor 
periodicals; d. at Ipswich. 

Cobbold, Rev. Robert Henry. An 
Oyster from home unaccustomed to roam, 
etc. An English poet; nephew of Rev. 
Richard Cobbold ; St. Peter's Coll., Cam- 
bridge, 1843; rector of Ross, Hereford, 
1873-87; R.D. of Ross, 1881; prebend 
in Hereford Cathedral, 1885. 

Cobden, Richard, 1804-65. Libra; 
A Mancliester Manufacturer. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 389. 

Cochrane, Charles. SeTior Juan de 
Vega. An English gentleman who made 
a tour through Great Britain and Ireland, 
in 1828-20, under this assumed name. 

Cochrane, Robert. The Editor of 
" Tlie Enijllsh Essayists." A Scottish 
compiler of Edinburgh. 

Cockburn, George W. Faith. An 
old Scottish soldier of the 42d Royal 
Highland Black Watch. 

Cockburn, Henry Thomas, Lord, 
1779-1854. Lord Rector of the Univer- 
sity of Glasgow. A Scottish judge ; 
probably b. in Edinburgh ; educ. in that 
city ; was admitted in 1800 to the faculty 
of advocates; in 1811 he married and 
settled at Bonaly, near Edinburgh ; con- 
tributed to the "Edinburgh Review"; 
in 1831 was chosen lord rector of the 
Univ. of Glasgow; in 1834 he was ap- 
pointed, as Lord Cockburn, one of the 




judges of the court of session ; and in 
1837 he became a lord of justiciary; d. 
at Bonaly. 

Cockbtirn, S. A Japanese Scout. An 
English writer of the day. 

Cockburn, Eev. AVilliam, M.A. 
Peter. An Episcopal minister at Glas- 
gow, early in the eighteenth century. 

Cockle, Mrs. E. E. C; C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 389. 

Cocks, Sir Richard. Sii- B — d 
C — ks. An English jurist; 2d Bart., of 
Dumbleton ; early in the eighteentli 

CoddingtoD, Henry, -1845. A Min- 
ister of neither Syndicate. An English 
mathematician; educ. at Trin. Coll., 
Cambridge ; thence he retired to the 
college living of Ware, in Hertfordshire, 
and in the discharge of his clerical du- 
ties burst a blood-vessel, thereby fatally 
injuring his health; travelling abroad, 
he d. at Rome ; his published works on 
science, except one tract, were devoted 
to optics. 

Codman, Capt. John, 1814-. An 
American Shipmaster. An American cap- 
tain in the merchant marine ; b. in Dor- 
chester, Mass. ; left Amherst Coll. in his 
junior year (1833), and finished his edu- 
cation at sea ; has travelled much, and 
is known as an advocate of free ships 
and free trade. 

Coe, Benjamin H. A Teacher. An 
American drawing-master of New York 

Coster, Fredrik Bcrnhard, -1878. 
F. B. CJ. .A. Swcdisli author. 

ColFcy, Charles, -\ 745. C — s O— jfe. 
An Irisii (iiamatist; was first heard of 
in Dublin ; being deformed in person, he 
acted iEsop in that city; he produced 
quite a number of dramas, which were 
reasonably successful ; he d. in 1745, and 
is buried in the ])arish of St. Clement 

Coffin, Rev. James, M.A., 1756-1833. 
A C/erc/i/man. An English divine ; vicar 
of Linkinhome, 1780-1833, where he 

Coffin, Levi. The lie/ntted President 
of the Underground Railroad. An Amer- 
ican, wlio spent his life in labors for the 

Coffin, Robert Barry, /larri/ Gray. 

See " I. and P.," P'irst Scries, p. 389. 

Cogan, I{ev. Thomas, ,/ohu Buncle,Jr. 

See " 1. and P.," First Scries, p. 389. 

Coggeshall, William Turner, 1824- 
67. 7'he Slate Librarian. An American 
journalist; b. in Lewistown, Penn. ; he 
was much of liis life engaged as an ed- 

itor; in 1866 he accepted the mission to 
Ecuador, thinking the pure air of Quito 
would benefit his health, but d. in that 

Coglan, John. An Unfermented Wine 
Communicant. A Scottish writer of the 

Coit, Rev. Thomas Winthrop, 1803- 
85. A Churchman. An American Epis- 
copal clergyman ; b. in New London, 
Conn.; Yale Coll., 1821; professor in 
Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown, 
Conn., 1873-85, where he died. 

Colbatch, John, D.D. The Senior 
Fellow of a College in Cambridge. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 390. 

Colbath, Jeremiah Jones. Henry 

Colbert, Jean Baptiste, Marquis de 
Torcy, 1665-1746. M. de ****. A 
French negotiator ; b. in Paris ; held 
office 1687 "to 1715. 

Colby, James W. ./. W. C. An 
American writer of the day. 

Colchester, Lady Elizabeth Susan 
Law. E. S. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 390. 

Cole, . A Catholic Laijman. An 

American writer. 

Cole, Mrs. Henry Warwick. A 
Lad;). An English lady, 1859. 

Cole, John William. John William 
Calcraft. An English writer. 

Cole, Rose Owen. E. 0. C. An 
English writer of the day, on cookery. 

Cole, Thomas. The D'/mti/ Governor. 
An Irish writer; member of the Irish 
Academy. Also ascribed to (iili)in Gorst. 

See " 1. and P.," First Series, p. 440. 

Cole, Rev. William. Rer. W. C . 

An English elergvuinn ; vicar of Broad- 
chalk, Wilts. 

Coleman, William, 1766-1829. The 
Editor of the " Evening Post." An Amer- 
ican journalist ; b. in Boston ; studied 
law and licgan practice at Greenfield, 
Mass. ; about 1794 removed to New York 
City ; editor of the " Evening Post," 1801- 
21 ;" d. in New York City. 

Colenso, William, 1811-. A Natural- 
ist. An English naturalist ; b. at I'en- 
zance ; went to New Zealand in 1833 ; at 
St. John's Coll., New Zealand, 1843-44; 
government inspector of schools, Napier, 
New Zealand ; resident at Hawke's Bay, 
New Zealand, 1879. 

Coleridge, Rev. Derw^ent, ■ M.A., 
1800-83. I /Is Brother. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, j). 390. 

Coleridge, Edith. Her Daughter. An 
English lady; daughter of Mrs. Sara 




Coleridge, Henry James. H. J. C. 

An English Roman Catholic writer of 
the day. 

Coleridge, Henry Nelson, Esq., 
M.A., 1800-43. H. N. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 390. 

Coleridge, Sir John Duke, Baron 
Coleridge, 1820-. The Attorney General. 
An eminent English jurist ; lord chief jus- 
tice of England; educ. at Eton and Oxford; 
called to the bar at the Middle Temple, 
1846; M.P., 1865-73; attorney-general, 
1871; lordchief justice, 1873; of the Court 
of Common Pleas of England, 1880. 

Coleridge, Mrs. Sara Henry, 1803- 
62. His Daughter. An Eng-lish lady ; 
b. at Keswick ; daughter of S. T. Cole- 
ridge, and widow of Henry Nelson. 

Coles, Emilie S. E. 8. C. An Amer- 
ican religious writer of the day, of 
Newark, N.J.(?). 

Collier, Jeremy, 1650-1726. J. Smith ; 
Jerei,:las, Primus Anglo-BritannicE Epis- 
copus. An English non-juring bishop ; 
b. at Stow-with-Quy ; educ. at Cambridge ; 
was consecrated bishop in 1713. 

Collier, John Payne. ./. P. C. ; The 
Editor; An Old Man. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 391. 

Collin, Frank. F. C. An English 
song-writer of the day. 

Collin de Plancy, Jacques Albin 
Simon. Jean de Septchenes. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 391. 

Collingwood, Cuthbert, 1826-. A 
Naturalist. An English miscellaneous 
writer; fellow of the Medical Society, 
Ijondon ; b. at Greenwich ; educ. at 
London, Edinburgh, and Oxford ; resided 
in Liverpool, 1858-66; in 1876-77 he 
travelled in Palestine and Egypt. 

Collins, J. A Compatriot. An Irish 

Collins, Miss Mabel. M. C. An 
English writer of the day ; a daughter 
of Mortimer Collins. 

Collins, William, 1720-56. A Gen- 
tleman of Oxford. An English lyric 
poet ; b. at Chichester ; educ. at Win- 
chester School and at Oxford ; about 
1744 he went to London " a literary ad- 
venturer, with many projects in his liead, 
and very little money in his pocket." 

Collins, William Liucas, 1817-87. 
W. L. C. An English miscellaneous 
writer ; educ. at Jesus Coll., Oxford ; 
curate of Great Houghton, Northants, 
1835-62 ; and of Brayfield, Northants, 
1862-63 ; rector of Cheriton, Glamorgan- 
shire, 1863-67 ; vicar of Kilsby, 1867- 
73 ; and rector of Lowick, Northants, 
1873-87 ; d. at Lpwick. 

Collins, William ; Warton, Joseph, 
and others. Monitorius, Auramantulus, 
and Deliratulus. English poets early in 
the eighteenth centur}'. 

Colman, Benjamin ; Cooper, Wil- 
liam, and others. B. C. and others. 
Colman, Benjamin, D.D. An Ameri- 
can clergyman of Boston ; b. in 1673 at 
Boston; Harv. Coll., 1692 ; first minister 
of the Brattle Street Church. — Cooper, 
Rev. William, A.M., 1694-1743. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 394. 

Colman, George, the Elder. Lexi- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 391. 

Colman, George, the Younger. A 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 391. 

Colman, Rev. Henry, 1785-1849. C 
An American clergyman ; b. in Boston ; 
Dartmouth Coll., 1805; pastor at Hing- 
ham, Mass., 1807-20; at Salem, Mass., 
1825-32 ; from that time he was devoted 
to agriculture, etc. ; d. at Islington, Eng- 

Colquhoun, Patrick, Esq., LL.D. A 
Magistrate acting for the Counties of Mid- 
dleser, Surrey, Kerd, and Essex. 

See " 1. and P.," First Series, p. 392. 

Colson, Henri. Jonathan. A French 
poet and novelist; professor at the Athe- 
naeum at Liege. 

Colton, Rev. Calvin. Junius. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 392. 

Colvill, Samuel. S. C A Scottish 
humorous poet of the seventeenth cen- 
tury ; "The Scotch Hudibras." 

Combe, Harvey Christopher. One 
of the Aldermen. An English municipal 
officer; alderman and lord mayor of 
London, early in the century. 

Comber, Rev. Thomas, 1765-. Petrus 
Pasquinus, C.P.M. An English clergy- 
man; rector of Oswaldkirk, Yorkshire, 
from 1813 ; b. at East Newton, in the 
N. Riding of Yorks. ; educ. at Cambridge ; 
was a constant contributor to 'the " Or- 
thodox Churchman's Mag." 

Comegys, Benjamin Bartis. A Lay- 
man. An American religious writer of 
the day. 

Comrie, Alexander, 1708-74. Phi- 
lalethes. A Scotch theological writer ; in 
1734 he took at Ley den the degrees of 
master of arts and doctor of philosophy, 
and immediately after he was elected 
minister of the parish of Woubrugge ; 
he remained minister there till 1773, the 
year before his death. 

Conant, William C, 1825-. Vidi. 
An American journalist and essayist; 
b. in New York City ; editor-proprietor 




" Vermont Union Whig," 1848—52, and 
of New York " Sun," 1860-61 ; of "Five 
Points Monthly," 1854-58; contributor to 
most of the principal American maga- 
zines, daily, religious, and technological 
papers, since 1852. 

Conder,Rev. Eustace Rogers. E.B.C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 392. 

Conder, George. A Citizen of Ken- 
tuck fj. An American political writer. 

Conder, Josiah, 1789-1855. John 
Charles O'Beid, Esq. An English book- 
seller and publisher ; b. in London ; pro- 
prietor and editor of the " Eclectic Re- 
view," 1814-37 ; d. at his residence, St. 
John's Wood, London. 

Condie, David Francis, 1796-1875. 
D. F. C. ; An Association of Physicians. 
An Ainerican physician ; b. in Philadel- 
phia ; M.D. at the Univ. of Pennsylvania, 
1818; and became prominent in his pro- 
fession; d. in Delaware Co., Penn. 

Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine 
Nicolas Caritat, Marquis de, 1743-94. 
Un R€pubiicain : Un Bourgeois de New- 
Huven; Un Citoijen des Etats-Unis ; Habi- 
tant Obscur de I'ancien Hemisphere. A 
celebrated French mathematician and 
l)hilosopher ; b. at Ribemont, in Picardy ; 
d. at Bourg-la-Reine. 

Coney, Thomas, D.D. Orthodoxus. 
An English clergyman ; prebend of 
Wells, and rector of Bath. 

Congreve, WiUiam, 1670-1729. 
Cleojihil. An English dramatist ; b. at 
Bardsey, near Leeds ; educ. at Trin. 
Coll., Dublin ; passed his life chiefly in 
London ; d. at his house in Surrey Street, 

Connelly, Kev. Pierce, M.A. Pen Cler 

See " L and P.," First .Series, p. 393. 

Conner, Mrs. Kliza Archard. Eliza 
Archard. An American journalist of New 
York City. 

Connolly, Charles M. Mark Quencher. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 393. 

Connolly, Mrs. Olivia (Knight). 
Thoinusinc. An English writer ; wife of 
Hope Connolly. 

Constable, Archibald, 1774-1827. 
A. C. A Scottish publisher; b. at Kel- 
lie, parish of Carnbee, county of Fife ; 
commenced business in J)dinburgh in 
1795; but failed in 1826; d. in Edin- 

Constable, Michael. One in the Ranks. 
An Irish soldier ; private, 49th Regiment. 

See " T. and P.," First Series, p. 393. 

Constable, Thomas. The Brash 
Maker. An English writer of eighty 
years ago. 

Conway, Gen. Henry Seymour, 

1721-95. An Officer. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 393. 

Cook, Eugene B. The Meteorologist 
of the New York Skating Club. 

Cook, N. F. A Physician. An 
American writer of the day, of the 

Cook, Russell S., 1811-64. The Sec- 
retarij of the New York Sabbath Committee. 
An American clergyman ; b. at New 
Marlborough, Berkshire Co., Mass.; 
studied at the Aubiirn Theol. Sem. ; 
pastor at Lanesboi'o', Mass., 1836-38 ; 
one of the secretaries of the American 
Tract Soctety, 1839-57; d. at Pleasant 
Valley, N.Y. 

Cooke, Sir George. A Late Eminent 
Hand. An English jurist of the eigh- 
teenth century. 

Cooke, Henry. H. C. An English 
Avriter on music; son of Benjamin 
Cooke (1734-93), Mus. Doc. 

Cooke, MatthcAv. M. C. An Eng- 
lish Freemason of the day. 

Cooke, Rose Terry, 1827-. A. W. 
H. ; Nose Tern/. An American author ; 
b. at West Hartford, Conn. ; educ. at tlie 
Hartford Female Sem., 1843; and mar- 
ried Mr. R. H. Cooke, of Winsted, Conn., 
in 1873. 

Cooke, Thomas. Scriblerns Tertius. 

See " 1. and P.," First Series, p. 393. 

Cooke, Thomas Porter, 1786-1864. 
Tippi/. An English actor; b. and d. in 
London ; in 1804 he made his debut in 
that city. 

Cooke, W. B. W. B. G. An Eng- 
lish colonial writer. 

Cooke, William. A Descendant of 
the Great Srrihlerus. An Irish barrister- 
at-law ; b. at Cork; removed to London; 
called to the bar at the Middle Temple ; 
employed liis leisure hours in literary 
pursuits; d. in London(?). 

Cooker, Matthe'w. Baptista Severus. 

Cooley, Alice Kingsbury. Alice 
Kingshnr/i. An American writer of the 
day, of San Francisco(?). 

Cooley, De Witt Clinton. P. E. R. 

Cooley, James Ewing. The Ameri- 
can. An American writer of the day. 

Coombe, William, Esq. Tlie Same 
Author ; I ideriiis. 

See"l. and ]\,"FirstSerios, pp. .393,394. 

Coombes, William Henry. D.D., 
1767-1850. The British Observer. An 
English Catholic clergyman ; b. at Mead- 
gate, in Camerton parish, county Somer- 
set; educ. at Douay Coll., where he be- 
came professor of rhetoric; in 1810 he 




accepted the mission to Shepton Mallet, 
in Somersetshire ; in 1849 retired to the 
Benedictine monastery at Downside, and 
d. there. 

Cooper, Anthony Ashley, 3d Earl of 
Shaftesbury, 1671-1713. A Noble Lord. 
An English peer ; b. in London ; had his 
studies directed in part by John Locke ; 
in 1711 he a second time visited the 
continent ; and d. at Naples. 

Cooper, James Fenimore. An 
American ; Amabel Penfealher. 

See " L and P.," First Series, p. 394. 

Cooper, Myles, D.D., LL.D. An Ex- 
ile from America. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 394. 

Cooper, Rev. Samuel. Editor of" The 
Looking Glass for the Mind." An Eng- 
lish editor in tJhe century. 

Cooper, T. Colden. T. C. C. An 
American writer. 

Cooper, Thomas, M.D., LL.D. Ameri- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 394. 

Cooper, William White, 1816-86. 
Sestertius Holt. An English oculist; b. 
at Holt, in Wiltshire ; practised in Lon- 
don, and d. there. 

Coote, Charles, D.C.L., 1761-1885. 
One of the Members of the College. An 
English writer ; b. in London ; Pembroke 
Coll., Oxford, 1782 ; was for a time editor 
of the "Critical Review " ; d. at Islington. 

Coote, J. The Editor of the " Bio- 
graphical Memoir of Her Royal Highness." 
An English writer of eighty years ago. 

Copeland, William P. 3Ir. Short- 
fell o /.v. 

Copinger, Walter Arthur, 1847-. 
W. A. G. An English barrister-at-law ; 
b. in London ; called to the bar at the 
Middle Temple in 1869. 

Copleston, Ed^va^d, D.D. One of 
his Constituents. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 394. 

Coppee, Henry, 1821-. Henri de 
Coissi/. An American writer; b. in 
Savannah, Ga. ; West Point, 1846 ; in 
1886 resident at Bethlehem, Penn. 

Corbin, Mrs. Caroline Elizabeth 
(Fairfield). Caroline Elizabeth Fair- 
field. An American religious writer of 
the day. 

Cordell, Charles, 1720-91. C. C. G. 

A D. A. An English Catholic priest; 

b. in London ; educ. at Douay ; priest at 
the chapel in Newgate Street, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, 1765-91, and d. there. 

Cordner, Rev. John. ./. C. An 
American clergyman ; for many years 
minister at Montreal ; in 1887 resident 
in Boston. 

Cornelius, Mrs. Mary Hooker. A 

Mother. An American writer. 

Cornish, Miss . Miss G. An 

English writer. 

Cornish, Mrs. . Mrs. G. An 

English writer. 

Cornish, James, M.R.C.S., 1792-1858. 
S. H. An English writer; b. and d. in 

Cornish, Rev. Joseph, 1750-1823. C. 
An English Dissenter ; b. at Tawnton ; 
pastor of the church of Protestant Dis- 
senters at Colyton, Devonshire, 1772— 
182.3, and d. tliere. 

Cornu, Francis. Francis. A French 
dramatic author ; b. near the commence- 
ment of the present century ; was the 
author of a considerable number of vaude- 
villes, dramas, and melodramas. 

Corpe, Rev. John. A Clergyman of 
the Church of England. An English min- 
ister; rector of Wayford, Somerset. 

Corrie, Henry. H. C. An English 

Corry, John. A Citizen of the World ,- 
An Observer ; An Impartial Observer. An 
Irish miscellaneous writer; first went to 
Dublin, and about 1792 to London, where 
he devoted himself to literary labor. 

Corwin, Thomas, 1794-1865. The 
Wagon Boy. An American statesman ; 
b. in Bourbon Co., Ky. ; governor of 
Ohio, 1841-43; United States senator, 
1845-50 ; secretary of the treasury,. 
1850-53 ; d. at AVashington. 

Costigan, Arthur AVilliam, Esq. Le 
Brigadier Ferriere. An Irish officer; late 
captain of the Irish brigade in the ser- 
vice of Spain. 

Cotter, Rev. Joseph Rogerson. One 
who Believes the Christian Scriptures. An 
Irish clergyman ; Trin. Coll., Dublin, 
1854 ; rector of St. Mary Magdalene, 
Colchester, 1877-87. 

Cotton, George Edward Lynch, 
D.D., 1813-66. G. E. L. C. An Eng- 
lish clergyman; Trin. Coll., Cambridge, 
1836; bishop of Calcutta, 1858-66; he 
was " the young master " of " Tom 
Brown's School Days " ; he was drowned 
in the Ganges." 

Cotton, W. R. W. R. G. An Eng- 
lisli writer. 

Cotton, William. W. C. An Eng- 
lish poet. 

Couch, Thomas QuiUer, 1826-. T. 
Q. C, Polperro ; Hook and Crook. An 
English Avriter; b. at Polperro, Corn- 
wall ; educ. at Guy's Hospital, 1849- 

Coues, Samuel Elliott. S. E. C. 
See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 395. 




Coughlin, John D. Cousin Torrence. 
Coulthurst, Henry William, D.D. 

M. W. C—t, D.D. ; H. W. C An Eng- 
lish clergyman ; vicar of Halifax, and 
formerly fellow of Sidney Sussex Coll., 

He preached a sermon before the Univ. of Cam- 
bridge, of a singular character, which was trans- 
lated into Englibh verse, with considerable humor, 
by a writer who assumed the signature of "H. W. 
Hopkins, Esq.," who was supposed to be either 
Alexander Oeddes or Professor Parson. 

Couper, Robert, M.D., 1750-1818. A 
Phijsician. A Scottish poet; b. at Bal- 
sier, parish of Sorbie, Wigtonshire ; be- 
came a tutor in a family in Virginia ; in 
1776 returned to Scotland ; became a 
physician; in 1788 settled in Fochabers, 
Banffshire ; left there in 1806 ; d. at 

Courtenay, Hon. Charles Leslie. C. 
L. C. ; A Parish Priest. An Englisli cler- 
gyman ; Christ Church, Oxford, 1837 ; 
vicar of Bovey-Tracey, 1849-87. 

Courtenay, Francis Burdett. De- 
tector. An English physician of the day. 

Courtenay, Et. Hon. Thomas Pere- 
grine, 1782-1841. A More Accurate Ob- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 396. 

Courthope, William John. Novus 
Homo. An Englisli litte'rateur ; M.A. at 
New Coll., Oxford, 1877. 

Courtier, Petei" Ij. Onesimus. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 396. 

Courtney, Leonard Henry, 1832- 
C An English statesman ; b. at Pen 
zance, Cornwall ; educ. at Cambridge 
called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn, 1858 
M.P., 1876-87; is an advanced Liberal 
has written for the " Fortnightly He- 
view," the " Nineteenth Century," and 
tile "International Keview." 

Cousin d'Avalon, Charles Yves. 
(yiiffct , parfumeiir, distillateur de Paris ; 
Ge'rard ; A. T. Rimbault. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 396. 

Cowan, James Galloway, M.A. ./. 
<i. C. An English clergyman ; vicar of 
Hi. John's, Hammersmith, 1863-70 et seq. 

Coward, WUIiam, M.D., 1656-1725. 
A Lute. Ani/ior; W. C. ; Mr. C—d; Esti- 
bius Psi/chalethes; G. C. ; W. C, M.D., 
CM., L.G. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 396. 

Cowdy, Mrs. Ann. A Meviorahle 
Mdilwr. An English lady; motiier of 
Rev. Samuel Cowdy. 

Cowdy, Mrs. Cecilia. A Pastor's Wife. 
An English lady; writer of the day. 

Cowper, Mrs. Frances Maria. A 
/.ad If. An Englisli poet; probably a 
cousin of William Cowper. 

Cowper, Lord William, 1664-1723. 

The Eloquent Hortensius. An eminent 
English judge and orator; b. in the cas- 
tle of Hertford ; called to the bar in 
1688; lord chancellor, 1705-10 and 1714- 
18 ; d. at his seat in Hertfordshire. 

He was the "Manilius" in "The Spectator," 
No. 467. 

Cowper, Wmiam, M.D., F.S.A., 1701- 
67. M. Meanwell ; A Citizen of Chester. 
An English physician ; b. at Chester ; 
educ. at Leyden ; practised physic many 
years at Chester ; d. at Overlegh. 

Cowper, William, 1731-1800. Do- 
mestic Poet. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 396. 

Cox, Henry Hamilton, 1750-1822. 
The Strange Friend. An Irish author ; 
b. and d. in Ireland. 

Cox, John. A Pilgrim of Seventy. 
An English writer of the day. 

Cox, Mary M. Stella. An Ameri- 
can writer of the day, of Philadelphia(?). 

Cox, Sir Richard, 2d Bart, 1660- 
1733. Dioriysius, the Areopagite. 

See " I. and 1*.," First Series, p. 396. 

Cox, Samuel Sullivan, 1824-. A 
Biickei/e. An American statesman; b. 
at Zanesville, 0. ; Brown Univ., 1846 ; 
M.C. for many years; now (1885) of 
the city of New York. 

Coxe, Rt. Rev. Arthur Cleveland, 
D.D. A. C. C. ; The Bishop of Western 
JVeio York; An Old Catholic; The Rector. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 396. 

Coxe, Rev. Richard Charles, 1800-66. 
P. C. C. 

vSee " I. and P.," First Series, p. 397. 

Coxe, Tench. Greene. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 397. 

Cozans, Kate M. T. Cousin Kate. An 
American writer of the day for the young. 

Cozens, Zachariah. T. 31. 0. T. F. 
S. M. ['I'he Master of the Free School, 
Margate]. An English writer of Mar- 
gate ; for many years a correspondent 
of the "Gentleman's Magazine," some- 
times under his own signature, but 
oftener under the above initials. 

Crabbc, Rev. George. Pope in 
Worsted Stockings. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 397. 

Crabbe, Rev. George, Jr. His Son. 
An English clergyman ; son of the poet; 
vicar of Bredfield ; afterwards chaplain 
of the Seckford Almshouse, Woodbridge, 
Suffolk; then rector of INIorton, Norfolk, 
and domestic chaplain to Lord Walsing- 

Crafts, Mrs. Wilbur F. Sara J. 
Timanus. An American writer of the 
day, of Chicago(';). 




Cragin, Miss J. S. Margaret Starr. 

Craik, Rev. James, D.D. The Hector. 
An American clergyman ; rector of 
Christ Church, Louisville, Ky. 

Crakanthorp, John. J. C. An 
English writer of the first part of the 
eighteenth century. 

Crake, Rev. Augustine David. A. 
D. C. An English clergyman; Univ. of 
London, 1864 ; vicar of Cholsey, Wal- 
lingford, 1885-87. 

Cramp, John Mockett, 1796-1881. 
The President. An English author; b. 
at St. Peter's, Isle of Thanet, Kent, 
Eng. ; educ. at Stepney Coll. ; presi- 
dent of the Baptist Coll. at Montreal, 
1844-51 ; and of Acadia Coll., Nova 
Scotia, 1851-69; d. in Wolfville, Nova 

Craven, Elizabeth, Baroness Craven, 
afterwards Margravine of Anspach- 
Baireuth, 1750-1828. E. C; H. S. H., 
the M. of A. ; Gosmopolitus Occultarius, 
etc. An English writer; daughter of 
Augustus, 4th Earl of Berkeley; mar- 
ried Lord Craven ; and when she had 
been divorced from him she married 
Charles Frederick, Margravine of Ans- 

Craven, Rt. Hon. William, Lord. 
Lord C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 397. 

Cravpford, J. W. Capt. Jack. An 
American poet. 

" Capt. Jack Crawford, ' The Poet Scout,' 
is by far the most picturesque character in 
the Grand Army circles. The story of Capt. 
Jack's life is an epic and a romance in one, be- 
ginning with bis enlistment, at the age of six- 
teen, in the Army of the Potomac, and extending 
through the most famous of our Indian wars, in 
which he served as chief scout. He is a sharp- 
shooter, and was the crack marksman in Col. 
Henry Pleasant's regiment, and was twice 
wounded ; tirst at Spottsylvania, and again at 
Petersburg. He was the pioneer of the gold 
seekers in the Black Hills, and assisted G-eneral 
Sheridan in preparing his maps of the Black 

Crawford, Thomas, D.D. A Minis- 
ister. A Scottish clergyman. 

Craw^ford, William Harris, 1772- 
1834. The Secretary of the Treasury. An 
American statesman ; b. in Amherst Co., 
Va. ; was carried by his father to Georgia 
in infancy ; settled at Lexington, Ga., as 
a lawyer in 1798; United States senator, 
1807-13; minister to France, 1813-15; 
secretary of war, 1815 ; and of the treas- 
ury in 1816; was afterwards a circuit 
judge in Georgia. 

Crawhall, Joseph. J. C. An Eng- 
lish artist of the day. 

Creed, Clara. T. Pym. An Eng- 
lish artist of the day. 

Creighton, Rev. James. J. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 398. 

Cressvi^ell, John. Onghill. An Amer- 
ican writer of Chester Co., Penn. 

Cresswell, Mrs. Rachel E. R. E. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 398. 

Crichton, Antoinette K. ^4. K. C. 
An 'American writer of the day for the 

Crisp, Edwards, M.D. A Member of 
the College of Surgeons of London. An 
English surgeon of the day. 

Criswell, Robert W. Grandfather 

Crocker, Miss Ada. Laurence Severn. 
An English lady, residing in the United 
States ; a writer of the day. 

Croft, Rev. Sir Herbert, Bart., LL.D., 
1751-1816. H. C. An English clergy- 
man, of Dunston Park, Berkshire ; educ. 
at Oxford; vicar of Prittlewell,in Essex, 
1787 ; was for some time chaplain to the 
garrison at Quebec ; succeeded his father 
in 1797 ; was an intimate friend of Dr. 
Johnson, to whose " Lives of the Poets " 
he contributed the life of Dr. Young. 

Croggon, Mrs. Lucy (Emra). A 
District Visitor j A Lover of Nature. An 
English writer. 

Cromwell, R. I. A Blackman. An 
American citizen of Louisiana. 

Cronhamn, F. — h — . A Swedish 

Crook, John, 1768-. An Elector of 
Westminster. An English writer ; b. at 
Hammersmith ; resident in Lyon's Inn ; 
clerk to the board of churchwardens . . . 
of St. Clement Danes . . . Westminster. 

Crosbie, Andre^v. A Layman. A 
Scottish advocate of Edinburgh (?) . 

Crosby, Alpheus, 1810-74. Quintus. 
All American educator ; b. in Sandwich, 
N.H. ; Dartmouth Coll., 1827 ; principal 
of the Normal School at Salem, Mass., 
1857-65 ; d. there. 

Crosby, Howard, D.D., LL,D., 1826-. 
El Mukattcm. An American clergyman; 
b. in New York City ; Univ. of the City 
of New York, 1844 ; pastor in New York 
City, 1863-87; was Chancellor of the 
Univ. of New York, 1770-81. 

Crosby, Margaret. Margaret Floyd. 
An American writer of the day. 

Crosland, N. C. An English writer 
of the day. 

Cross, Mrs. Kate. De Kalb. A 
Canadian writer; a correspondent for 
several Canadian newspapers ; her de- 
ceased husband was a Prussian army 
officer of the name of De Kalb. 

Cross, Mrs. Marian (Evans Lew^es), 
1819-80. Felix Holt. An English mis- 




cellaneous writer ; b. at South Farm, 
Griff, in Warwickshire ; assistant-editor 
of the " Westminster Review," 1851-57 
et seq. ; d. in London (?). 

Cross, Koselle Theodore. B. T. C. 
An English educational writer of the day. 

Crosse, J. H. J. H. C. An English 

Crosse, Rev. John Dudlej' Oland, 
M.A. A Countni CIcTgi/man. An Eng- 
lish divine; Exeter Coll., Oxford, 1826; 
vicar of Pawlet, Bridgewater, Somerset, 
1827-70 et seq. 

Crosthwaite, Charles Haukes Tod. 
A District Officer ; C. H. T. G. A British 
colonial writer. 

CrosweU, Harry, D.D., 1778-1858. 
The Rector. An American clergyman ; 
b. at West Hartford, Conn.; was for 
some years a printer and journalist ; en- 
tered the Protestant Episcopal Church ; 
rector of Trinity Church, New Haven, 
from 1815, and d. in that city. 

Crowfoot, Rev. John Rustat, B.D. 
A " Fellow of a College." An English 
clergyman ; Caius Coll., Cambridge, 1839 ; 
P.C. of Wangford w. Henham, and vicar 
of Reydon, 1860-70 et seq. 

CroTFley, Sir Ambrose. Sir Ilum- 
phreij Greenhat. An English gentleman ; 
an alderman of London. 

Crowley, Thomas. Amor Patriap. : 

T. a 

See " L and P.," First Series, p. 399. 

Crozet, Laurent de. Chevalier Api- 
cius a Vindemiis. A French writer of 

Cruden, Alexander. A. G. ; The 
London- Citizen. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 399. 

Cruttwell, Richard, LL.B. One of 
No Parti/. An English clergyman ; rector 
of Spexliall, Suffolk ; either before or 
afterwards, ciiaplain of H. M. T. Trident, 
and secretary to Rear-Admiral Sir Alex. 
J. Ball. 

Ciidlip, Mrs. Annie (Thomas), 1 837- 
A71 Old Contributor. An English writer ; 
b. at Aldhorougli, Suffolk ; wife of Rev. 
Pender Hodge Cudlip, whom she mar- 
ried at Yealmpton, Devon, in 1867. 

Cudlip, I!ev. Pender Hodge, 1835-. 
P. [T. G. P., I.e., T. T. Johns, P. G. 
Hill and P. H. Cudlip]. An English 
clergyman; Mag. Hall, Oxford, 1859; 
vicar of Sparkwell, Plympton, Devon, 
1884-87 ; was b. at Porthleven, near 

Culverw^ell, Henry. //. G. An 
English writer of the day. 

Cumberland. Richard, 1732 1811. 
Giirtiii.i ; Sir Frrifiil I'ldyiarij. An Eng- 

lish dramatist ; son of the Bishop of Kil- 
more ; educ. at Westniinster and Cam- 
bridge ; devoted himself at Tunbridge 
Wells to literary pursuits. 

Cumming, John, D.D. A Minister of 
the Church of Scotland. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 400. 

Cumming, W. F., M.D. A Wanderer. 
An English physician. 

Cumpsty, Andrew. A. G. An Eng- 
lish almanac maker, of the first part of 
the seventeenth century. 

Cundall, Joseph. J. C. An artist 
and writer on art, of London. 

Cuninghame, Lady Margaret. A 
i/oirng Scottish Lad//. A Scottish lady ; 
daughter of the Earl of Glencairn, and 
her first husband the Master of Evan- 

Cuninghame, William. An Liquirer ; 
Talib ; An JEnqiiirer. A Scottish writer 
of Lainshaw, Ayr. 

Cunningham, Rev. Francis, -1867. 
F. C. An American clergyman ; Harv. 
Coll., 1825; was a minister at Dorchester. 

Cunningham, J. An Officer. An 
Englisli writer of the eighteenth cen- 

Cunningham, James. /. C. A 
Scottish writer, of EdinburghC?), of the 
seventeenth century. 

Cunynghame, Gen. Sir Arthur Au- 
gustus Thurlow, G.B.C., 1812-. An 
Aide-de-Canip. An English general; 
educ. at Eton ; entered the army, 1830 ; 
lieutenant-governor of Cape of Good 
Hope, 1874 ; deputy high commissioner 
in South Africa, 1878. 

CurU, Edmund, -1748. E. C; Mr. 

E d G--1; A Laij-Hand; Philare- 

tus ; William Ai/re. An English book- 
seller of London ; " is embalmed in the 
bitter herbs of the ' Dunciad ' " ; lost 
Ins ears for publishing some licentious 

Currie, Edmund. A Pirate. An Eng- 
lish colonial writer. 

Currie, Rev. William. A Presbi/ier 
of the Church of England. An English 
clergyman of the middle of the eighteenth 

Curry, Daniel, D.D., LL.D., 1809-. 
A New Yorker. An eminent American 
Methodist divine ; b. near I'eekskill, 
Westchester Co., N.Y.; Wesleyan Univ., 
1837; in 1881 stationed in isiew York 

Curry, John, M.D. ./. G, M.D. An 
Irish physician. 

Curteis, Ed^vard Jeremiah. The 
Member for Sussex. An Englisli M.P. 
in 1828. " 




Curteis, Rev. Thomas, about 1690- 
1747. T. C; A Clergpnan; Philadel- 
phus ; Philalethes. An English clergy- 
man ; rector of Wrotham, Kent. 

Curtis, . A Lover of Truth. A 

Scottish writer; an apothecary of Edin- 

Curtis Charles Bewick. A Lay- 
man. An English artist and writer of 
the day. 

Curtis, Miss Ella J. Shirley Smith. 
An English writer of the day. 

Curtis, George Ticknor. G. T. C. 

See ' I. and P.," First Series, p. 400. 

Curtis, George William. The Wan- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 400. 

Curtis, Miss Susan Oak. Llope Harvey. 

Cui'tis, Thomas. The Original Editor 
of the " EncyclopcEdia Metropolitana." An 
English writer ; of Grove House School, 

Curtis, Sir William, Bart. Sir W 

C ,• Commodore Alderman C ; 

Sir T^«**«* (7**»-»; Sir Willie Curt- 
Ms. An English poet ; lord mayor of 

Curtis, WinsloTl^ Sylvester Colson. 
An English murderer. 

Curtiss, Mrs. Abby Allin, 1820-. 
Nilla. An American poet; b. at Pom- 
fret, Conn. ; in 1852 married Daniel S. 
Curtiss, farmer-editor, then of Chicago, 
111., and soon after removed with him to 
Madison, Wis. 

Curzon, Sir Nathaniel. SirN 1 

C n. An English writer early in 

the eighteenth century. 

Cusack, Miss Mary Frances, 1822-. 
il/. F. C. ; Sister Mary Frances Clare. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 400. 

Cashing, Caleb, LL.D. A Friend of 
Domestic Industry ; C. C. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 401. 

Cushing, Liuther Stearns, 1803-55. 
C. ; L. S. C. An eminent American 
law-writer and judge; b. in Lunenburg, 
Worcester Co., Mass. ; for many years 
resided in Boston, and d. there. 

Cushman, Rev. Job, -1878. A De- 
scendant of "Our Ancient Friend" ; A 
Recent Missionary of the Amer. Home 
Miss. Soc. in Wisconsin. An American 
clergyman ; b. at Kingston, Mass. ; 
Brown Univ., 1819. 

Cust, Robert Needham, 1821-. R. 
N. C. An English lawyer ; b. at Hatley- 
Cokayne, Beds. ; called to the bar at Lin- 
coln's Inn, 1857 ; in the Indian civil ser- 
vice, 1842-68; Hon. Sec. of the Royal 
Asiatic Society from 1880. 

Cutler, Elbridge Jefferson, 1812-70. 
F. J. C. An American poet and edu- 
cator ; b. in HoUiston, Mass.; Harv. 
Coll., 1853; professor there, 1865-70; 
d. in Cambridge, Mass. 

Cutler, Mrs. Helen R. An Itinerant's 
Wife. An American writer of the day. 

Cutler, P. C. Lizzie Petit. An Ameri- 
can writer of the day. 

Cuyler, Rev. Theodore Liedyard, 
1822-. T. L. C. An American clergy- 
man ; b. at Aurora, N.Y. ; New Jersey 
Coll., 1841 ; Princeton Theol. Sem., 
1846 ; pastor in New York City, 1853- 
60 ; at Brooklyn, 1860-87. 


Dabney, John Blair. J. B. D. An 

American writer of tlie South ; a con- 
tributor to the " Southern Literary Re- 

Dabney, Rev. Jonathan Peele, 
-1868. J. P. D. An American clergy- 
man ; b. in Salem; Harv. Coll., 1811; 
preached for the most part without regu- 
lar settlement. 

Dalby, Isaac ('0. 1744-1824. D. An 
English mathematician ; professor of 
mathematics in the Royal Military 
Coll. at Marlow. 

Dalgleish, William, D.D. A Clergy- 
man. A Scottish minister, of Peebles, 
one Imndred years ago. 

Dali-ymple, Alexander. A Well- 

ivisher to his King and Countrj/ ; An Old 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 402. ^'^^'^ 
. — Dalton, E. J. An Eye-Witness.' An^' 
American controversial writer. •* " 

Dalton, Rev. James Edward. A \ 
Clergyman. An English divine ; Queen's 
Coll., Cambridge, 1830; rector of Sea- 
grave, Loughborough, 1852-87. 

Damme, Johan. Johannes van D — e. 
A Swedish writer. 

Dane, John. A Member of the N. E. 
Histor.-Geneal. Society. An American 
genealogical writer. 

Daniel, George. G. D ; D — g. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 402. 

Daniel, John Edgeoumbe. An Offi- 




cer in the Commissariat Department of the 
Army. An English soldier ; deputy com- 
missary general in 1846 ; received the 
war medal with seven clasps, for Sala- 
manca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, 
■Orthes, and Toulouse. 

Daniel, Thomas, 1720-79. Thomas 
West, F.A.S. An English antiquary of 
•one hundred years ago. 

DanieU, Ralph Allen, 1846-73. D. ; 
B.A.D.; A Young Native, R.A.D. An 
English writer of Cornwall; son of Ed- 
ward Daniell ; d. at Wanganui, New 

Daniels, J. A. Sleinada. 

Darby, A. A. D. 

See " 1. and P.," First Series, p. 403. 

Darby, John Nelson. J. N. D. ; One 
who values Christianity for its own sake, etc. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 403. 

Darby, William, -1854. Tacitus. 
An American geographer ; b. in Penn- 
sylvania ; contributed to the " American 
Whig Eeview." 

Darby, William H. W. H. Di/. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 403. 

Darcie, John. Touchstone. 

Darcy, Robert, 4th Earl of Holder- 
ness, -1778. E — I of II — s. An English 
peer ; in 1740 he was appointed lord-lieu- 
tenant of the North Riding, of Yorkshire ; 
in 1744, ambassador to Venice; in 1749, 
minister plenipotentiary to the United 
Provinces; in 1751, one of the secretaries 
of state and of the privy council ; in 1752, 
one of the lords justices ; in 1754 again 
secretary of state ; was afterwards ad- 
miral and warden of the Cinque Ports ; 
on his death tlie earldom, for want of 
male issue, became extinct. 

Darley, George, 178.5-1849. G. D. 
An Irish poet and mathematician ; b. in 
Dublin; in 1825 removed to London; 
contributed to the " Literary Gazette " 
and "Athenaeum," and pul^lislied i)oems 
and treatises on algebra and geometry. 

Darr, Francis. One of His Constitu- 
ents. An American writer of Oliio. 

Daubeny, Charles Giles Bridle, 
M.D., F.R.S., 1795-1827. The Professor 
of Bolanij. An English scliolar; pro- 
fessor of botany and cliemistiy in tlie 
Univ. of Oxford ; b. at Strnttoii. 

Daunt, Kev. Edward Syn<>e ToAvn- 
shend. E. iS. T. I). An Englisli clergy- 
man ; Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1845 ; vicar of 
St. Stepiieiis, by Launceston, 1853-87. 

Davtyiant, Charles, LL.D., 1(556- 
1714. Hir Thomas Double. An English 
politician ; inspector of plays ; dramatic 
author, and writer upon political economy 
and trade. 

David, Prof. Carl, af Wirsen. C. D. 
W. A Swedish writer. 
Davidson, Mrs. Harriet Miller. A 

Mother. A Scottish lady ; wife of Henry 

Davidson, James, A.M. Old Wiggie. 
An American scholar ; professor in the 
Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1768-79 and 1782- 
1802 ; rector of the academy, 1780-91. 

Davie, Mary R. Corinne Lestrange. 

Davies, Charles Maurice, D.D. An 
Ex-Puseijite. An English clergyman; 
Univ. Coll., Durham, 1849 ; head-master 
of the West London College School, 

Davies, Ed-ward, and Baxter, John 
A. E. D. and J. A. B. Davies, Ed- 
ward, 1756-1831. An English clergy- 
man ; rector of Bishopston, Glamorgan- 
shire ; and chancellor of Brecon. 

Davies, Gerald Stanley. Hadji 
Sievad, etc. An English clergyman ; 
Christ Coll., Cambridge, 1868; assistant- 
master in Charterhouse School, 1874-87. 

Davies, Henry. H D. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 404. 

Davies, Eev. Myles. Mr. PoUet. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 404. 

Daviess, Col. Joseph Hamilton, 
1774-1811. Jo Daviess. An American 
lawyer of Kentucky ; author of " View of 
the President's conduct concerning the 
conspiracy of 1806 " ; b. in Bedford Co., 
Va. ; killed at the battle of Tippecanoe. 

Davis, Andrew Jackson, 1826-. The 
Poughkeepsie Seer. An American clair- 
voyant ; b. at Blooming Grove, Orange 
Co., N.Y. 

Davis, Rev. Charles Henry, M.A. 
Philecclesia. An English clergyman ; 
Wadham Coll., Oxford, 1844 ; rector of 
Littleton-Drew, Chippenham, 1875-87. 

Davis, Rev. Edward, and others. A 
Committee of Pastors. An American 
clergyman, of Hampden Co., Mass. 

Davis, Emerson, 1798-1866. Lin- 
nieus. An American clergyman ; b. and 
d. in Westfield, Mass. ; Williams Coll., 
1821; vice-president of his alma mater, 

Davis, Hasbrouck. H. I). An 
American writer ; son of Hon. John 
Davis, of Worcester; studied theology, 
and was pastor at Watertovvn, Mass., 
1840-53 ; then studied law, and com- 
menced its practice at Chicago in 1855; 
served in the late civil war, 1861-65; 
afterwards returned to his law practice 
at Chicago. 

Davis, Henry H. //. //. D; A 
Dreamer. An English poet and scholar, 
of Kirkby Lonsdale. 




Davis, Hon. John, 1787-1854. Hon- 
est John Davis. An American states- 
man ; b. in Northborough, Mass. ; Yale 
Coll., 1812; United States senator, 1835- 
41 ; governor of Massachusetts, 1834 and 
1841 or 1842 ; d. at Worcester, Mass. 

Davis, Marcus. M. D. 

Davis, Kev. Natlian, about 1812-82. 
E. II. C. 31. An English writer; editor 
of the "Hebrew Christian Magazine"; 
devoted himself for many years to the 
study of Arabian and Hebrew antiqui- 
ties ; lived for many years in an old 
Moorish palace ten miles from Tunis ; 
d. at Florence. 

Davis, Rev. Tiiomas, M.A. A Clergjj- 
man. An English divine; Queen's Coll., 
Oxford, 1833; vicar of St. John's, Eound- 
hay, 1839-87. 

Davis, William Augustus, 18 19-. 
W. A. D. An American physician ; b. 
in New York City ; Harv. Coll., 1837 ; in 
1850 removed to Winchester, Va., where, 
in 1884, he still resided. 

Davison, John, B.D., 1777-18-34. 
Fhileleulheros Orielensis. An English 
clergyman; prebendarj^ of Worcester. 

Davy, Sir Humphry. D. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 405. 

Davys, John. A Man of Business. An 
English writer early in the eighteenth cen- 
tury ; vice-president of Hart Hall, Oxford. 

Da^vkins, William Gregory. An 
Officer on Half Patj. An English officer: 
entered the army as ensign in 1844 ; 
lieutenant-colonel Coldstream Guards, 
1854; served in the Eastern campaign, 
1854, including the battles of Alma and 
Balaklava and siege of Sebastopol. 

Dawson, G. A. R. G. A. R. D. An 
English sporting writer of the day. 

Dawson, Henry Barton. H. B. D. ; 
A Member of the Neiv York Historical So- 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 405. 

Dawson, Mrs.- S. F. His Wife. An 
English lady; wife of the Rev. George 
Dawson, of Birmingham. 

Daw^son, Thomas, D.D. T. D. An 
English clergyman of the first part of 
the eighteenth century. 

Day, Charles William. 'Ayoy6s. 

See " I. and P.," Urst "Series, p. 406. 

Day, Eliza. Eliza. An English 
poet '; wife of Thomas Day. 

Day, Rev. John Quinby, 1809-84. 
J. Q. D. An American clergyman ; b. 
in Portland, Me.; Bowdoin Coll., 1829; 
Harv. Divinity School, 1832 ; preached 
for a while ; then retired from the min- 
isterial life, and resided and d. in his 
native city. 

Day, Rev. Pliny Butts, D.D., 1806- 
69. ^1 Pastor. An American clergy- 
man; b. at Huntington, Mass. ; Amherst 
Coll., 18.34; Andover Theol. Sem., 1837; 
pastor of the First Congregational 
Church at Derry, N.H., 1837-51; at 
Hollis, N.H., 18-52-69, and d. there. 

Day, Samuel. One who is no partizan 
or bigot. An English Friend, of Stan- 
stead, Mount-Fitchet, Essex. 

Day, Thomas, Esq. A Black. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 406. 

Dealey, Mrs. Regina aiaria (Roche) . 
Miss Begina Maria Roche. An English 
novelist ; for many years before her 
death lived in retiremxcnt on the Mall, 
Waterford, where she died. — - See " Gen- 
tleman's Magazine," 1845, 11., p. 86. 

Dean, G.^F. G. F. D. An Ameri- 
can writer ; a writer in the " American 
Whig Review." 

Dean, Samuel. A Member of the 
Church of England. An English minis- 
ter of thie New Jerusalem Temple, Cross 
Street, Hatton Garden, London. 

Deane, Charles, LL.D. The Secretary 
[of the Mass. Hist. Society] ; Iklia ; G. D. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 406. 

Dear, H. C . Pathfinder of the "Field." 
An English sporting journalist of the 
day, of London. 

Debaufre, Peter. P. D. An Eng- 
lisli writer of one hundred years ago. 

Debreuil, Jean. A Jesuit of Paris. 
A Frencli writer on art, of one hundred 
years ago. 

De Costa, Benjamin Franklin, D.D. 
William Hickling. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 406. 

De Costa, Mary Rebecca Theresa, 
Sister Saint Claire, Order of St. Ursula. 

De(ienroth,Eugen Hermann. Engen 
Hermann ; Ernst Pitaivall. A German ■■ 
novelist of the day. 

Defoe, Daniel. A Citizen loho lives the 
whole time in London; Andrew Newport ; 
A Gentleman ; The Author of the " True- 
born Englishman " ; A Laijman ; Sir Fop- 
linq Tittle-Tattle ; Weeping Winifred. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 407. 

Defoe, Daniel, and Robert Dodsley. 
A Footman. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, pp. 407, 

D6foe, S. A., M.D. "*Z>," Rose 
Cottage, N.J. An American physician, 
of Little Falls, N.J. 

De Gournay, Paul F. Uncle Paul; 
Hermit; El Ai/udante. A French Ameri- 
can journalist ; correspondent of " The 
Nation " ; in 1885 et seq. resident in 




De Lia Chaise, . Un Am^ricain. 

A Trench political writer of one hun- 
dred j'ears ago, 

De La Croix, Jacques Vincent, 1743- 
1832. Un Americaiii. A French jurist; 
b. at Paris ; d. at Versailles. 

Delamayne, Tliomas Hallie, about 
1720-. A Barrister. An Irish writer; 
Dublin Univ., 1739; was a lawyer. 

Delamotte, William Alfred. W. 
A. D. An English artist and author of 
the tlay. 

De L/a Motte, Philip. An Antiquary. 
An English writer. 

Delany, Patrick, D.D. A Professed 
Friend, etc. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 407. 

Deleon, L'Abbe. L'Abhe'***. A 
French writer of the day. 

Delepierre, Joseph Octave, 1804-79. 
Octave D. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 407. 

De Lisle, Ambrose Lisle March 
PhUlipps, 1809-78. Ambrose Lisle Fhil- 
lipps, Esq. An English Catholic gentle- 
man ; b. at Garendon, county Leicester ; 
spent two years at Oxford Univ. ; in 
1835 he went to live at Gracedieu, where 
he had built a small Tudor manor-house, 
to which a small chapel was attached; 
in 1805 he returned to Garendon Park, 
and d. there. 

Dell, John, 1757-1810. Rusticus. An 
English poet ; d. at Sturry, in Kent. 

Delvau, Alfred and Duchesne, Al- 
phonse. Junius. Delvau, iVlfred, 1825- 
67. A French author; b. and d. in 
Paris ; in 1848 he became private secre- 
tary of Ledru-Kollin, then minister of 
the Interior, when Vicing removed from 
a political career he devoted himself to 
literature. — Duchesne, Alphonse, 1-825- 
70. A French journalist ; b. atLisieux; 
d. in Paris. 

Demarville, . T/ie Editor of the 

"Ydunij Lad if s (J cor/raj )hi/." English geo- 
grapher of the eigliteenth century. 

De 3Iorgan, Augustus, 1800-71. The 
Astronomical Censor of the Athenceum. An 
English mathematician; b. at Madura, 
in vSouthern India; educ. at Trin. Coll., 
Cambridge; entered at Lincoln's Inn, but 
left when he was, in 1828, appointed pro- 
fessor of matiiematics in the Univ. of Lon- 
don ; resigned this post in 1831, but re- 
turned to it in 1800; d. in L()nd()n(?). 

De 3Iorgan, Mrs. Sophia Klizabeth. 
C. D. An English writer ; wife of Au- 
gustus De Morgan. 

Denham, Michael Aislabie. M. 
A. D. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 408. 

Denman, Thomas, 1st Baron Den- 
man, 1779-1854. A Barrister-at-Law of 
Lincoln's Inn. An eminent English ju- 
rist; b. in London; educ. at Eton and 
Cambridge ; in 1806 called to the bar at 
Lincoln's Inn; M.P., 1818-32; lord chief 
justice of King's Bench, 1832-50 ; was 
raised to the peerage in 1834. 

Dennis, John, 1857-1734. Appius. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 408. 

Dennys, EdTv^ard Nichols. Ramus 
Randol/>h ; The Daughter of Dionysius. An 
English metapliysical writer. 

Dent, Charles. C. D. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 409. 

De Peyster, John Watts. Anchor. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 409. 

De Quincy, Thomas. Anglais Man- 
geur d' Opium. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 409. 

Derby, Ed^vard Geoffrey Smith 
Stanley, the 14th Earl of, 1799-1869. 
The Rupert of Debate. An eminent Eng- 
lish statesman and orator ; b. in Lan- 
cashire ; held important public offices ; 
his last, prime minister, 1866-08. 

Derby, Elias Basket, 1803-80. A 
Jurist. An American lawyer ; b. in 
Salem, Mass. ; Harv. Univ., 1824; studied 
law with Daniel Webster, and began to 
practise in Boston in 1827; United States 
commissioner, 1867. 

Derby, Eliza Stanley, Countess of. 

The Countess of D . An English poet 

of a century ago. 

Derham, William, 1657-1735. Mr. 
D. An English poet ; Trin. Coll., Ox- 
ford, 1(575; canon of Windsor, 1716. 

Derrick, Samuel. Several Gentlemen. 

See " I. and 1'.," First Series, p. 409. 

Derwent, James Leith. Leith Der- 
went. .\n English novelist of the day. 

De Salis, Mrs. Harriet Anne. A 
Disciple. An Englisli writer of the day. 

Des Maiseaux, Pierre, 1666-1745. 
//*•«■* (7****, Esq. A French critic and 
historian; b. in Auvergne; took refuge 
in London after the revocation of the 
Edict of Nantes ; and became secretary 
of the Poyal Society ; d. in London. 

Desoer, Charles Auguste. A. D. 
A Frencii journalist ; editor of the 
" Journal de Liege." 

Desquiron de Saint Agnan, Antoine 
Toussaint. All Ears et All Eyes. A 
Frencli writer early in the nineteenth 

Devens, Rev. Samuel Adams. An 
Inexperienced Clergyman. An American 
Unitarian minister; Ilarv. Coll., 1829; 
Divinity School, 1833 ; in 1886 resident 
in Boston. 




De Vere, Mary Ainge. Madeline 

Bridges. An American writer; in 1886 
resident at Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Devereux, George Humphrey, 
-1878. G. H. D. An American writer ; 
b. at Salem, Mass. ; Harv. Coll., 1829. 

Devotion, Rev. Ebenezer, A.M., 
1714-71. A Parishioner. An American 
Congregational minister; b. in Suffleld, 
[then in Massachusetts, now in Connecti- 
cut] ; Yale Coll., Connecticut, 1732 ; 
minister at Windham, Conn., 1735-71, 
and d. there. 

Dewees, W. B. An Early Settler of 
Texas. An American writer. 

Dewey, Rev. Chester, and others, 
1784-1867. Gentlemen in the County, 
Clergymen and Laymen. An American 
clergyman; b. in Slieffield, Berks., Mass.; 
Williams Coll., 1806 ; professor there, 
1808-25 ; of chemistry in the Univ. of 
Rochester, N.Y., 1850-67. 

Dewey, Orville, D.D. D.; 0. D. ; 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 410. 

Dew^hiirst, Jane. J. D. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 410. 

Dibble, Rev. Sheldon, 1809-45. La- 
Jiainaluna. An American missionary ; b. 
in Skeneateles, N.Y. ; Hamilton Coll., 
1827; Auburn Theol. Seminary, 1830; 
spent several years in the Sandwich 
Islands as a missionary, from 1831 to 
1845 ; d. in Lahainaluna. 

Dibdin, EdAvard Rimbault Vere. 
A Constant Frequenter of Walkei-'s Art 
Galleries. An English writer. 

Dibdin, Thomas Frognall, D.D. Cap- 
ricornus ; Ghristianus; One of the People. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 410. 

Dick, Alexander. A Convert. A 
Catholic writer of Edinburgh. 

Dick, Andrew^ Coventry. Bicter 
Woden Vandyck. A Scottish advocate 
and writer of Edinburgh('?). 

Dickens, Kate. Mrs. Charles Edward 
Perugini. An English artist ; the younger 
daughter of Charles Dickens. 

Dickens, Mamie. His Eldest Daughter. 
An English lady; daughter of Charles 
Dickens ; a writer of the day. 

Dickerson, Mahlon, 1770-1853. A 
Friend to the Navy. An American states- 
man ; b. at Hanover, N.J. ; New Jersey 
Coll., 1789 ; studied law and settled in 
Philadelphia ; United States senator, 
1817-33 ; secretary of the treasury, 1834- 
38 ; d. at Suckasunny, Morris Co., N.J. 

Dickerson, William R. Junius. 
An American writer of the day. 

Dickins, Lady Frances Elizabeth. 
A Country Rambler. An English lady. 

Dickinson, John, LL.D, Un Fermier 
de Pennsylvanie. 

See " i. and P.," First Series, p. 410. 

Dickinson, Rev. Jonathan, 1688- 
1747. A Minister. An American clergy- 
man ; b. at Hatfield, Mass. ; Yale Coll., 
1706 ; pastor at Elizabethtown, N.J., 
1709-47 ; president of New Jersey Coll., 
1746-47 ; d. at Elizabethtown. 

Dickinson, Susan E. Ada Vernon. 

Dickson, Samuel, M.D. An Old 
Army Surgeon ; Alciphron, " the Modern 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 410. 

Dickson, Dr. Samuel Henry, 1798- 
1872. A Physician of Charleston, South 
Carolina ; A Southern Physician. An 
American physician ; b. in Charleston, 
S.C. ; Yale Coll., 1814 ; studied m.edicine 
in his native city and at the Univ. of 
Pennsylvania ; practised in Charleston ; 
professor in Medical Coll. there, 1824- 
32, 1833-47, and 1850-58; in the Jef- 
ferson Medical Coll., Philadelphia, 1858- 
72, where he died. 

Didier, Eugene Lemoine, 1838-. 
Timon. An American journalist; b, in 
Baltimore ; educ. at Loyola Coll. ; gave 
up a mercantile career for literature ; in 
1867 founded in Baltimore the " Southern 
Society " ; and in 1869-70 was deputy 
marshal of the United States Supreme 

Dietrich, Ew^ald Christian Victo- 
rin. G. F. Horvath. A German writer. 

Digby, Kenelm Henry, 1800-80. 
K. D., Esq. An Irish theological anti- 
quary; son of the Rev. William Digby, 
dean of Clonfert; educ. at Trin. Coll., 
Cambridge ; and soon after became a 
Roman Catholic, and devoted himself to 
the study of the theology and antiquities 
of the Middle Ages. 

Dikinson, W. The Editor of " Morti- 
mer's Dictionary." An English editor. 

Dill, Thomas M. The Principal of 
the 20th District School, Cincinnati. An 
American educator of the day. 

Dillon, Sir John Talbot, Bart., -1805. 
An English Traveller in Spain. An Irish 
gentleman ; a member of the Royal Irish 
Academy ; d. at Dublin. 

Dillon, Robert Crawford, D.D. A 
Presbyter of the Church. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 410. 

Dilthey, Karl. Julian Werner. A 
German writer of New York City. 

Dimitry, Charles Patton, 1837-. 
Tobias Guarnerius, Jr. ; Braddock Field. 
An American journalist ; b. in Washing- 
ton, D.C.; educ. at Georgetown Coll., 
D.C. ; served in the Confederate army as 




a private; since the war he has been 
connected with the press in Richmond, 
Va., Washington, D.C., Baltimore, New 
York, and New Orleans. 

Dinnies, Mrs. Anna Peyre (Shackle- 
ford). Moina. 

See " 1. and P.," First Series, p. 411. 

Disney, John, D.D. /. D. ; A Gen- 
tle man ; Anonymus ; A Countn/ Clergy- 
man : A Justice of the Peace ; A Petition- 
ing Clergyman ; N.Y. 

See "i. and P.," Pirst Series, p. 411. 

DLx, John Adams, A.M., 1798-1879. 
Senex. An American lawyer ; b. in 
Boscawen, N.H. ; honorary A.M. at 
Brown Univ. ; served in the War of 1812- 
15 ; studied law, and admitted to the bar 
at Washington ; in 1828 he settled in 
Cooperstown, and in 1830 removed to 
Albany ; United States senator, 1845-49 ; 
United States secretary of the treasury, 
1861 ; served with distinction in tlie late 
civil war ; governor of New York State, 
1872 ; d. in" New York City. 

Dix, William Giles. AFormer Mem- 
ber of the Univ. of Cambridge. An Amer- 
ican writer; Harv. Univ., 1845. 

Dixon, Benjamin. A Member of the 
Metropolitan Board of Health. An Eng- 
lish pliysician of London. 

Dixon, Henrj' Hall. The Druid. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 411. 

Dodd, William, LL.D. An English- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 411. 

Dodds, James. A Friend to Truth. 
A Scottish writer. 

Dodds, M. Li. M. L. D. An English 
writer of the day. 

Dodge, Mrs. H.M. Amica Beligionis. 
An American writer; published, 1827, at 
Utica, N.Y. 

Dodge,NathanielShats\vell. N. S. D. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 412. 

Dodington, George Bubb, Lord Mel- 
combe. B . . hh D n ; Geor(je 

Cadicalader, Gent. ; John More. 

See " L and P.," First Series, p. 412. 

Dodsley, Robert. Un Ariclen Bramine. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 412. 

Dollinger, Johann Joseph Ignaz 
von. Qnirinus. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 412. 

Dohm, Hedwig. A. Dom. A Ger- 
man novelist of tlie day. 

Dolland, George. Ilugqins. 

Domett, Alfred. Alfred. 

See " L and P.," First Series, p. 412. 

DomviUe, Sir William, Bart. The 
Promoter of the Sunday Bands ; A Lay- 

See " L and I'.," First Series, p. 412. 

Donaldson, James. Mr. Reason. A 
Scottish writer on trade, etc., in the first 
part of the eighteenth century. 

Donaldson, Eev. John AVilliam, D.D. 
A Purchaser ; The Editor of '^Jasher." 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 412, 

Donaldson, Stuart Alexander. S. 
A. D. An English classical scholar; 
Trin. Coll., Cambridge, 1877. 

Donatti, Arthur Louis. An Ex- 
Officer of the British Commissariat. An 
English novelist. 

Donellan, Mrs. Faulkner, Mrs. 
D**^'l**n. An English lady of one 
hundred years ago. 

Donop, Amalle, freein (Weber) von. 
Amalie von Cluusberg. A German novel- 

Donovan, J. W. Harry Hildreth. An 
American poet, of Detroit, Mich.(?). 

Dorr, Thomas Wilson, A.M. D. 

See " I. iind P.," First Series, p. 413. 

Dorrin^ton, William. An Old 
Printer. An English writer of the day; 
editor of the " Provincial and Colonial 
Press News," London. 

Dorset, Mrs. (Turner). A 

Lady. An English lady ; sister of 
Charlotte Smith. 

Doubleday, Thomas. T. D. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 413. 

Doudney, Rev. David Alfred. The 
Editor of the " Gospel Magazine." 

See "L and P.," First Series, p. 413. 

Douglas, Mr. A. and Mrs. M. A. D. 
^- ^I. D. English travellers of one hun- 
dred years ago. 

Douglas, Archibald Alexander. An 
Officer. An EnglisJi writer of the day. 

Douglas, C. Home. An Invalid. An 
English writer of the day. 

Douglas, Catharine, Duchess of 
Queensbury. A Lady. An English 
peeress and writer of the earlier part of 
the eighteenth century. 

Douglas, D. A Barrister. An Eng- 
lish writer of one hundred years ago. 

Douglas, Francis. A (Gentleman in 
Scotland. A Scottish writer of one hun- 
dred years ago. 

Douglas, Francis. A Farmer. A 
Scottish bookseller of Paisley. 

Douglas, Gertrude. George Douglas. 
An English novelist of the day. 

Douglas, Lady Jane. Jane Jj*****s. 
A Scottish writer of one hundred years 

Douglas, John, D.D., 1721-1807. 
Tacitus ; Manliiis ; A Volunteer. 

See " 1. and P.," First Series, p. 413. 

Douglas, John, F.R.S. Don It. 
Honeywater. A Scottish writer ; brother 




to Dr. James Douglas; surgeon to the 
Westminster Infirmary. 

Douglas, Sir John. A K — t. An 
English army ofiicer, whose original 
name was Mackenzie ; colonel of the 
68th foot, and major-general. 

Douglas, Sholto, M.D. A Retired 
Ph 11 si dan. An American writer. 

Douglas, Stephen Arnold, 1813-61. 
The Little Giant. An eminent American 
statesman ; b. at Brandon, Vt. ; United 
States senator, 1847-61 ; d. at Chicago, 

Douglas, William, 4th Duke of 
Queensbury. Ever-Green Votary of Ve- 
71US. An English nobleman. 

Douglass, William. W — m D — g — s, 
M.D. ; W. D. 

See " I. and P.," Eirst Series, p. 413. 

Dove, John. J. D. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 413. 

DoAve, William. W. D. An Amer- 
ican poet and prose writer, of Chelsea, 

DoAvell, Rev. Thomas. One of her 
ministers. An Englisli clergyman; Oriel 
Coll., Oxford, 1833; P.C. of Wellington 
Heath, Ledbury, Herefords., 1841-60 et 

Dowling, Penelope. A Wandering 
Pilgrim. An English writer of the day. 

Downes, Henry. H. K. An Irish 
clergyman ; successively bishop of Kil- 
lala and Achonry, of Elphin, of Meath, 
and of Derry; early in the eighteenth 

Downes, Joseph. A Gentleman of 
the Bar. An English writer; printer to 
Her Majesty's police, and editor and 
printer of the "Hue and Cry Police 

Downes, Samuel. ;S'. D. An Eng- 
lish controversialist of the first part of 
the eighteenth century. 

Downes, William Howe. Doivnsey. 
An American artist; art critic of the Bos- 
ton " Daily Advertiser." 

Downie, John. A Member of the Court. 
A Scottish writer of Urray. 

Downing, . A Juror. An Eng- 
lish writer of Earlsoliam. 

Dowi^ng, Miss Mary Patrick. Mary. 
An Irish writer of Cork. 

Dow^nley and Dunning, Messrs. An 
English Freeholder. English writers of one 
hundred years ago. 

Doyle, Major Charles. Carlos Bey. 
An English officer on the staff of the 
British army. 

Doyle, Rt. Rev. Jannes Warren, D.D., 
1786-1834. A Bomun Catholic Clen/i/inan. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p." 414. 

Doyle, John. H. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 414. 

Doyle, Richard. B. D. ; Brown, Jones, 
and Robinson. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 414. 

Doyle, Thomas, D.D., 1793-1879. 
Father Thomas. An English Catholic 
clergyman ; studied at St. Edmund's 
Coll., Old Hall ; served as missionary 
and senior priest at St. George's, St. 
George's Fields, Southwark, where he 

Doyly, Rev. Robert. The Rector of 
Fryerning. An English minister early in 
tlie eighteenth century. 

Dragomanov, l^Iichael. Stepniak. A 
Russian writer and journalist of the day; 
formerly editor of " Zemlia I Volia " 
(Land and Liberty) ; in 1883 resident 
in Italy. 

Draing, Samuel. Salomo Nigard. 

Drake, E. E. D. A Swedish writer. 

Drake, John Pode, 1794-. Observer. 
An English artist and inventor ; b. at 
Stoke ; went to America, where he lived 
as an artist; claims to be the inventor 
of armor-plating for ships of war, the 
steam ram, the Snider rifle (in 1835), 
and revolving platforms for great guns ; 
was living in 1879. 

Drake, Rev. William. The Chap- 
lain of the County Gaol, Northampton. 
An English clergyman of seventy years 

Drakeford, I. Her Father. An Eng- 
lish writer. 

Draper, George. An Old Business 
Man. An American writer of the day, 
of Boston. 

Drayson, Alfred Wilks. One who 
has served. An English soldier ; a 
writer of the day. 

Drew, Jacob Halls. His Eldest Son. 

See "I. and P ," First Series, p. 414. 

Drewe, Mrs. E. D. (Longlands) . Miss 
Lonfflands. An English poet ;■ daughter of 
Rev. W. D. Longlands, and wife of Rev. 
W. B. Drewe, vicar of Longstock, Stock- 

Drewitt, Rev. Thomas, -1803. The 
Contrastor. An English clergyman of 
Chedder, Somersetshire. 

Dreyfus, Morlce. Marcus Nothing. 

Drisko, G. Li. A Citizen. An Ameri- 
can writer of Maine. 

Drummond, Charles Edward. An 
Unfortunate Nobleman. 

Drummond, Henry, M.P. A Layman. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 415. 

Drummond, Sir William. Vindex ; 
Biblicus and Candidas Vindex. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 415. 




Dryden, John, 1631-1700. Asaph ; A 

Laiimun; Poet Scjuab ; Shimei. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 415. 

Duane,W.N. Phineas Camp. An Amer- 
ican poet ; published at Utica, N.Y., 1859. 

Duane, William. W. D. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 415. 

Dubourg-Butler, le ConUe Frederic, 
,1778-1850. Un Atvjlals. A French gen- 
eral, noted for the part he took in the revo- 
lution of 1830 ; b. at Paris ; his life was 
singularly romantic, which may be found 
related in Larousse's " Diet. Universel." 

Duck, Rev. Stephen, -1756. The Bard 
of Wiltshire. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 415. 

Duckett, William. Melchisedech 
Rothschild, banquier a Capharnaum ; Na- 
than le Sage. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 416. 

Diidding, Rev. Horatio Nelson. H. 
N. D. An English clergyman ; Exeter 
Coll., Oxford, 1830 ; vicar of St. Peter's, 
St. Albans, 1842-87. 

Dudevant, Mad. A. Li. A. and Mus- 
«et, Paul de. Elle et Liii. 

See " I. and P./' First Series, p. 410. 

Dudgeon, William. W. D. A Scot- 
tishC?) philosophical writer of the earlier 
half of the eighteenth century. 

Dudley, Charles, and Forsyth, 
Frank. Two Loungers. English writers 
of the day. 

Dudley, Rev. Sir Henry Bate, Bart., 
LL.D., 1745-1824. " Parson Bate." 

See " I. and P.," First Scries, p. 410. 

Dudley, Theoderick Bland. A 
Young Relative. An American; a rela- 
tive of John Randolph. 

Duffy, Sir Charles Gavan, K.C.M.G., 
1810-. Ati Australian Polilirian. An Irish 
journalist and politician; b. in county 
Monagiian ; educ. tlicre and at Belfast 
Institution ; called to the Irish bar in 
1846; M.P. for New Ross, 1852-56; 
afterwards wont to Australia, where he 
held the highest offices in Victoria ; 
K.B., 1873; K.C.M.G., 1877. 

Dugan, James. Oneida. An Amer- 
ican writer of the day. 

Duke, Jiev. William, 1757-1840. 
Sglvianiis. An American Episcopal 
clergyman ; b. at Patapsco Neck, Balti- 
more Co., Md. ; was at first a Methodist 
preacher; was admitted to the Ejjisco- 
pal Church in 1785; d. at Elkton, Md. 

Duncan, Henry, D.D., 1774-1846. .4 
Minister (if the Kslahlished. Church. A 
Scottisli divine; b. near Dumfries; min- 
ister of Ruthwcll in 1700. He was the 
foun<lcr of savings banks. 

Duncan, J. Richard Brick. 

Duncan, Philip Bury, 1772-1863. 
P. B. D. An English scholar and phi- 
lanthropist ; b. in South Warnborough ; 
educ. at Oxford ; keeper of the Ashmo- 
lean Museum ; living mostly at Oxford 
and Bath. 

Dunch, M. E. A Lady. An English 

Dunconibe, Rev. John. A Gentleman 
of Cambridge, A. B. ; An Oxonian. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 417. 

Dundas, Henry, 1st Lord Melville, 
1741-1811. Dun-Cuddji ; Starvation Dun- 
das. A Scottish lawyer and statesman; 
held high public offices, 1775-1811. 

Dunham, Mary A. Minnie at Home. 

Dunkin, Robert, 1761-1831. Will 
Snaffle, the Saddler. An English mathe- 
matical instrument maker; b. and d. at 
Penzance, Cornwall. 

Dunlap, Samuel Fales, 1825-. S. 
F. D. An American writer; b. in Bos- 
ton ; Harv. Coll., 1845. 

Dunlop, Rev. Alexander. A T^ayman ; 
P. F. C. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 417. 

Dunlop, James, 1795-1856. Hon. 
John Philip Refalo, etc. An American 
lawyer ; b. at Chambersburg, Penn. ; 
Dickinson Coll., 1812; admitted to the 
bar in his native town; in 1855 removed 
to Philadelphia ; d. in Baltimore. 

Dunlop, William, M.D. The Tiger. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 417. 

Dunn, Caleb. Ponivgoe; 31 y Pen. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 417. 

Dunn, George. Cyrus, the Elamite. 
An American writer of the day. 

Dunn, Henry. Delta. An English 
educational and miscellaneous writer; 
secretary to the British and Foreign 
School Society. 

Dunning, Harriet Sarah. Dickey 

bunster, Rev. Charles, M.A., -1816. 
A Country Clergyman ; Marmaduke Mil- 
ton, Esq. 

See " I. and ]*.," First Scries, p. 417. 

Dnnton, John, 1650-1725. A Mem- 
ber of the Athcniitii Society; The Unknown 
Author of " Neck or Nothing" ; A Member 
of the New Athenian Society. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 417. 

Dussaud, Mmo. . Jacques Vin- 
cent. \ Frenc'ii novelist of the day. 

Dutlieil, Kugenie. Mile. Fnge'nJe La 
Rochire. A French novelist. 

Dutton, Anne. A. 1). 

See " I. and 1'.," First Series, p. 418. 

Duyckinck, Kvcrt Augustus. D.; 
E. A. ]).; A Coiilribulor. 

Sec "I. and P.," First Series, ]). 418. 




Dwight, John Sullivan, 1813-. ,7. 
S. Z>. An American writer ; b. in Bos- 
ton ; Flarv. Coll., 1832 ; in 1887 resident 
in Boston. 

D Wight, Theodore, 1764-1846. The 
" Hartford Wits." An American poet 
and journalist ; b. in Northampton, 
Mass. ; studied law in New Haven, and 
began to practise at Haddam, Conn. ; 
but in 1791 removed to Hartford; M.C., 
1806-7 ; after spending two years at 
Albany, he founded at New York City 

the " Daily Advertiser," of which he 
was editor, 1817-36 ; then he lived re- 
tired at Hartford, 1836-43 ; when he 
retired to New York City, and d. there. 

Dykes, Thomas. Rockirood. A Seot- 
tisli writer of the day. 

Dyson, Rev. Charles. C. D. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 418. 

Dyson, Et. Hon. Jeremiah. A 
Right Hon. Gentleman. An English 
writer ; friend and pastor of Mark Aken- 


Eames, Mrs. Jane (Anthony), 1816-. 

A Layman. An American writer ; b. at 
Wellington (now Dighton), Mass. ; educ. 
in Providence, R.I. ; in 1839 married the 
Rev. James H. Eames, for many years 
rector at Concord, N.H. ; has travelled 
extensively in Europe and the East. 

Earle, Giles. G . . . s E . . . e. An 
English writer of the eighteenth century. 
Earle, James. J. E. Falmouth. An 
English writer of Falmouth. 

Eassie, William. Rattlebrain. An 
English physician of the day. 

Eastburn, James Wallis, 1797- 
1819. E — n. An English-American 
poet ; b. in London ; educ. at Columbia 
Coll., New York, 1816 ; was a colleague 
with Robert C. Sands in the composition 
of " Yamoyden," N.Y., 1820 ; d. at sea. 

Easton, Rev. Thomas. Menippus. 
A Scottish (?) clergyman; published at 
Glasgow, 1818. 

Eaton, Mrs. Charlotte Ann (Wal- 
die). An Englishwoman. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 418. 
Eaton, David H. T. Umbellus. 
Eaton, John. 1829-. General Super- 
intendent of Freed men, Dept. of the Tennes- 
see. An American educator; b. in Sutton, 
N.H.; Dart. Coll., 1854; Andover Theol. 
Sem., 1881 ; general superintendent of 
freedinen, 1862-66; United States com- 
missioners of education, 1870-86 ; presi- 
dent of Marietta, Ohio, Coll., 1886. 
Eccles, Isaac Ambrose. The Editor. 
See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 419. 
Echard, Laurence, 1671-1730. Phi- 
lalethes. An English clergyman; b. in 
the county of Suffolk ; educ. at Christ's 
Coll., Cambridge ; about 1722 was pre- 
sented by George II. to the livings of 
Rendlesham, Sudborne, and Alford, Suf- 

Eckley, Joseph, D.D., 1750-1811. A 

Friend to Truth. An American Congi'e- 
gational clergyman; b. in London ; New 
Jersey Coll., 1772 ; ordained as the pastor 
of the Old South Cliurch, Boston, at 
King's Chapel in 1779; and occupied his 
own church, 1783-1811; d. in BostonC?). 

Edan, B. Montreal. 

Eddowes, Rev. Ralph. R. E. ; R.E.,. 
a Member of the Society. An English 
clergyman ; came to this country, and 
was the minister of the first society of 
Unitarian Christians of Philadelphia,, 
about 1813-1817. 

Eddy, Daniel Clarke, S.T.D. Rupert 
Van Wert. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 419. 

Eden, Rev. Charles Page. Clerlcus.. 
An English clergyman ; Oriel Coll., Ox- 
ford, 1830 ; vicar of Aberford, South 
Milford, Yorks., 1850-70 et seq. 

Eden, Hon. EmUy. E.E. An English 
author; daughter of the 1st Baron Auck- 
land, and aunt of the Hon. Eleanor Eden ; 
b. near the close of the eighteenth century. 

Eden, Rt. Hon. William, -1st Baron,. 

-1814. Bight Honourable W—^ E . 

An English diplomatist ; distinguished 
for his services in America, France,. 
Spain, and Holland; was the father of 
the Hon. Emily Eden. 

Edgcumbe, Hon. Richard, 2d EarL 
Hon. R E . 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 419. 

Edge, Frederick Milnes. An Eng- 
lishman ; F. iJ . E. An English writer 
of the day, chiefly on American affairs. 

Edge, Rev. William John. ..1 Clergy- 
man. An English divine ; Emanuel 
Coll., Cambridge, 1834; vicar of H. 
Trin., Upper Tootina', 1877-82. 

Edgell, Rev. Edgell Wyatt. A Prot- 
estant Clergyman. An English clergy- 




man; Oriel Coll., Oxford, 1823; rector 
of N. Cray, Kent, 1834-51 ; in 1887 resi- 
dent at Stanford Park, Rugby, and 
Lower Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor 
Square, London. 

Edgren, Mrs. Anne Charlotte (Lef- 
fler). A. C.E.; A. C. E—n. A Swe- 
dish authoress. 

Edinboroiigh. E h. 

Edinburgh. Auld Reikie. 
Edmonds, Frederic, M.D., 1810-. 
The Defendant. An English physician ; 
M.D. of Univ. of Heidelberg, 1839 ; resi- 
dent, 1879, at Parkvillas, Lower Addis- 
combe, Croydon. 

tednionds, Richard, Jr., 1802-86. 
A Member of his Flock ; Redruth, E. An 
English writer ; b. at Penzance ; d. at 

Edouart, Rev. Augvistia Gaspard. 
Their Vicar. An Englisli clergy- 
man ; St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1840 ; 
vicar of Leominster, Hereford, 1862-87. 
Edward, Andre^v. A. E. A Scot- 
tish (?) writer. 

Ed-ward, Daniel. Ithiel. A German 

Edwards, Miss . A Ladij. An 

Englisli writer of one Imndred years ago. 
Edw^ards, Mrs. Catharine M. 
Cousin Kate. An English writer for 
the young. 

Edwards, David. D. E. An Eng- 
lish writer of the day. 

Edwards, Rev. Edw^ard. Eresbijter. 
An English clergyman ; rector of Pene- 
goes, Wales, 1849-()0 et seq. 

Edwards, Edward, 1822-86. The 
Editor of " Tlie Napoleon Medals." An 
English bibliograplior ; assistant in the 
British Museum in 1839 ; d. at Niton, 
Isle of AViglit. 

Edwards, George, M.D., 1694-1773. 
Father of Ornj I liol ovists. An eminent 
English naturalist; b. at Westham or 
Strafford, Essex, and travelled exten- 
sively in pursuit of his favorite studies ; 
librarian to the Royal Coll. of Physi- 
cians till 1773. 

Edwards, Harry Stillwell, 1854-. 
XIE ; Somers. An American jour- 
nalist ; b. at Macon, Ga. ; in 1886 resi- 
dent in his native town. 

Edwards, Henry Sutherland, 1828-. 
//. 'S. E. An English author and jour- 
nalist ; cduc. at King's Coll., London, and 
in France, where he lived many years ; 
correspondent of the " Times," 1862-63, 
1867 and 1870 rt seq. 

Edwards, Jonathan, D.D., 1745- 
1801. /. and 0. An American Congre- 
gational clcrgynuin ; b. in Northampton, 

Mass. ; New Jersey Coll., 1765 ; presi- 
dent of Union Coll., Schenectady, N.Y., 
1799-1801, and d. in that town. 

Edwards, Mary EUen. M. E. E. 
An English artist of the day ; illustrator 
of a large number of . books, 1864-85 
et seq. 

Edw^ards, Sutherland. S. E. An 
English writer in "Temple Bar." — See 
" Edwards, Henry Sutherland." 

Edwards, Thomas, 1699-1757. L. 

U. P , A.M. An English barrister 

of Lincoln's Inn ; a critic and political 

Eells, Rev. Nathaniel, about 1677- 
1750. Their Rev. Pastor. An American 
clergyman ; Harv. Coll., 1699 ; minister 
of Scituate, Mass., 1704-50. 

Egan, Pierce. One of the Fancy. 
See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 420. 
Egerton, C C. E. An English sur- 

Egerton, Francis, 3d Duke of Bridge- 
water, 1736-1803. Tlie Father of British 
Inland Navigation. An English peer; 
a younger son of Scroop, the 1st Duke 
of Bridgewater ; succeeded to the duke- 
dom in 1748 ; he projected a canal from 
Worsley to Bridgewater, wliich was com- 
pleted at his expense in 1761. 

Egerton, Mrs. Sarah (Fyge Field). 
Mrs. S. F. An English poet early in the 
eighteenth century ; in 1703 resided at 
Adstock, near Winslow, in the county of 
Bucks. — See " Gentleman's Magazine," 
L., p. 562 ; LI., p. 121. 

Eggleston, John. The Callico Quaker, 
An English JM.P. early in the eighteenth 

Egleton, John. A Citizen. An Eng- 
lish political writer early in tlie eigh- 
teenth century. 

Ekstriiin, Karl. Gnhhen Noack. A 
Swedisli writer of the day. 
Eldridge, R. Rvdcjirdle. 
Elie de Beaumont, Mmc. Annie 
Ljouise 3Iorin Dumesnil, 1729-83. 
Mad. E. D. B. ; Madame *** ; Marquis 
de Roselle. A witty and learned French 
lady ; b. at Caen ; wrote several excel- 
lent works. 

Eliot, Edward Granville, 3d Earl 
of St. Germans, 1798-1877. The Earl of 
St. (Jcrmans ; An Educational Advocate. 
An English nobleman ; b. and d. at Port 
Eliot; lord-lieutenant of Ireland, 1852- 
55; lord steward of the Household, 1857— 
68 and 1859-60. 

Eliot, Rev. Joseph, about 1634-94. 
Rev. Mr. J. E. An American clergy- 
man ; Harv. Coll., 1653; minister at 
Guilford, Conn., about 1660-94^ 




Eliot, Samuel Atkins, LL.D. S. 
A. E. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 420. 

Elkin, Benjamin. Tlie Writer of the 
" Preface to the lateli/ published dlishna." 
An English clergyman. 

Ellet, Mrs. Elizabeth Fries (I/um- 
mis), 1818-77. E.F.E. An American 
authoress ; b. at Sodus Point, N.Y. ; 
daughter of William A. Lummis, M.D., 
and wife of William H. Ellet, professor 
at Columbia Coll., New York City, and 
at College at Columbia, S.C. 

EUicott, Charles John, and Palmer, 
Ed\vin. Two Members of the New Testa- 
ment Company. 

The former. An English clergy- 
man; St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1841; 
lord bishop of Gloucester and Bristol, 

Tlie latter. An English clergyman ; 
Ball. Coll., Oxford, 1845 ; archdeacon of 
Oxford and canon of Christ Church, 

Elliot-3Iurray-Kynynmound, Em- 
ma Eleanor (Hislop), Countess of 
Minto. N'ina Minto. An English lady ; 
heiress of the late Gen. Sir Tliomas His- 
lop, Bart., and wife of William Hugh 
Elliot-Murray -Kynynmound Elliot, 3d 
Earl of Minto ; married in 1844. 

Ellis, Alexander John, 1814-. A. 
J. E. An English philologist ; former 
name Sharpe ; b. at Hoxton; educ. at 
Shrewsbury, Eton, and Cambridge ; pres- 
ident of the Philological Society, 1872- 
74, and 1880-82 ; and now (1887) vice- 
president ; is also a member of the 
Mathematical Society of London, of the 
Royal Institution of the Society of Arts, 
and honorary member of the Tonic Sol-. 
Fa College. 

Ellis, Mrs. Anne, M.D. Max Eliot. 
An American writer of the day ; in 1887 
resident in Boston, Mass. 

EUis, Daniel, F.R.S.E. One of Them- 
selves. A Scottish writer. 

Ellis, George. G. E. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 421. 

Ellis, George Edward, D.D., 1814-. 
E.; LisleC^). An American scholar; b. 
in Boston ; Harv. Coll., 1833 ; Divinity 
School, 1836 ; pastor at Charlcstown, 
Mass., 1840-69 ; resident in Boston, 

Ellis, Phillis Marion. P. M. E. An 
English writer of the day. 

Ellis, Riifus, D.D., 1819-85. B. E. 
An American clergyman ; b. in Boston ; 
Harv. Coll., 1838 ; Divinity School, 1841 ; 
pastor in Boston, 1853-85 ; d. in Liver- 
pool, Eng. 

Ellis, William. Florio. An Eng- 
lish scholar; A.B. at Christ Church, 
Oxford, 1751. — See Nichols' "Literary 
Anecdotes," Vol. III., 147. 

Ellis, William, 1800-. A Laijman; 
A London Merchant. An English writer; 
b. near London ; an eminent writer on 
social science. 

Ellison, Henry. Henri/ Browne. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 421. 

Ellison, John, D.D. Q. Z., Late 
Commoner of Oxon. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 421. 

EUwood, Thomas, about 1639-1 7 13._ 
T. E. An English Friend, of Hunger-' 
Hill, in the parish of Amersham, Bucks. ; 
he was a friend and pupil of Milton, and 
was distinguished "both in a literary and 
moral point of view." 

Elmblad, Magnus. M. E — d. A 
Swedish journalist and miscellaneous 

Elrington, Rt. Rev. Thomas, D.D, 
S. iV. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 421. 

Elstob, Rev. William, 1673-1714. A 
Clergyman of the Church of England. An 
English clergyman; b. at Newcastle; 
educ. at Eton, Cambridge, and Oxford; 
rector of St. Swithin and St. Mary 
Bothaw, London, 1702-14. 

Elwes, Mrs. Alfred W. A Lady, a 
Native of Virginia. An American poet. 

Elworthy, Albert Henry. Professor 
Wilde. An English solicitor of the day, 
of London. 

Ely, Alfred, 1815-. A Prisoner of 
War. An American lawyer ; b. at 
Lyme, New London Co., Conn. ; removed 
to Rochester, N.Y. , in 1835; studied law, 
was admitted to the bar, and began to 
practise in that town ; M.C., 1859-63 ; 
went to the battle-field of Bull Run as a 
spectator; was taken prisoner, and re- 
tained in captivity nearly six months. 

Embury, Mrs. Emma Catharine 
(Manley). lantlie ; Rudolph Hertz man. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 421. 

Emerson, George Barrell, LL.D. 
G. B. E. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 421. 

Emerson, Rev. Joseph, 1700-67. 
The Pastor at j\TaJden. An American 
clergyman ; b. at Chelmsford, Mass. ; 
Harv. Coll., 1717 ; minister at Maiden, 
Mass., 1721-67, and d. there. 

Emerson, William, 1701-82. W. E. 
An eminent English mathematician ; b. 
at Hurwortli, near Darlington ; taught a 
school for some time, but afterwards re- 
tired to his paternal estate, where he spent 
his whole time in literary pursuits. 




Ernes, Thomas, -1707. T. E. An 
English writer of the seventeenth and 
eighteenth centuries. 

Eminson, E. A. E. A. E. An Eng- 
lish woman(?); a religious writer of the 

Emmet, Robert, 1780-1803. Trebor. 
An eloquent Irish enthusiast ; b. in Cork; 
a brother of Thomas Addis Emmet ; was 
cue of the chiefs of the " United Irish- 
men " ; in 1803 he put himself at the 
head of the rabble who murdered the 
chief-justice. Lord Kilwarden, for which 
offence he suffered a felon's death, and 
is commemorated by the poet Moore in 
two of his Irish melodies. 

Emmons, Nathanael, D.D., 1745- 
1840. A New England Pastor. An 
American clergyman; b. at East Had- 
dam. Conn. ; Yale Coll., 1767 ; pastor at 
Wrentham (now Franklin), Mass., 1773- 
1840, where he died. 

Emory, John, D.D., 1789-1835. A71 
Observer. An American Methodist di- 
vine ; b. at Spaniard's Neck, Queen 
Anne's Co., eastern shore of Maryland ; 
graduated at Washington Coll., 1805 ; 
served as a Methodist preacher in sev- 
eral places, 1810-35; in 1832 was elected 
bishop ; d. by an accident in Reister- 
town, near Baltimore, Md. 

Enander, Johan Alfred. Jofi. A. 
Edr. A Swedish journalist and author; 
editor-in-chief of " Hemlandet," pub- 
lished at Chicago, 111. 

Enault, Louis. L. de Virmond. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 421. 

Endean, James Russell. Dr. Free- 
man. An English political writer of the 

Endicott, William, Jr. W. E. An 
American financial writer and banker of 

Ensberg, A. G. A. G. E. A Swed- 
ish writer. 

Engelen, A. W. Herman van Appel- 
tern. A Swedish novelist. 

England. Ileptarchus ; Lord Hep- 

English, Thomas Dunn, 18 19- 
John Donkeij. An American writer ; b. 
in Philadelphia ; M.D. Univ. of Penn- 
sylvania, 1839 ; then studied law, and 
was admitted to the bar in 1842 ; since 
1859 he has practised medicine in New 
Jersey ; has devoted much time to liter- 
ary pursuits. 

Epps, Ellen. E. Elliott. An English 

Ericsson, O. R. Reinhold Winter. A 
Swedish journalist and novelist. 

Erie, Sir William (1793-1880), and 

Lady Amelia. W. Sj- A. E. An Eng- 
lish jurist ; b. at Fifehead Magdalen, 
county Dorset ; educ. at Winchester 
School and New Coll., Oxford ; called to 
the bar in 1819; M.P. for the city of 
Oxford, 1837-41 ; chief justice of the 
Court of Common Pleas, 1859-66; in 
1834 he married Amelia, eldest daughter 
of the liev. Dr. Williams, warden of New 

Ernst, H., Jr. Serius. 

Erskine, Hon. Andrew. A*** E***. 

Erskine, CM. A Prisoner of War. 
An American soldier in the late civil 

Erskine, John, 11th Earl of Marr, 
1675-1732. Bobbirig John. A Scottish 
nobleman; b. at Alloa; took an active 
part in the events of the period ; in 1720 
went to Aix-la-Chapelle to reside for his 
health, and d. there. 

Erskine, Rev. Ralph. A Minister of 
the Church of Scotland. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 422. 

Erskine, Walter Coningsby, 12th 
Earl of Kellie, 1810-72. One icho was 
there in 1857-8. A Scottish peer ; son 
of Hon. Henry David Erskine ; succeeded 
his cousin in 1866 ; educ. at Durham 
School and at the Univ. of Edinburgh ; 
entered the Bengal army, 1828, and re- 
tired as lieutenant-colonel, 1861 ; vice- 
lieutenant of Clackmannanshire. 

Escott, Thomas Hay Sweet, 1844-. 
A Foreign Resident. An English journal- 
ist; b. at Taunton; educ. at Oxford; 
adopted journalism as a profession when 
he went to London from Oxford in 1865, 
and has closely pursued it ever since ; 
editor of the " Fortnightly Review," 

Essex, Catherine Capell- Conings- 
by, Countess of, 1704-1882. Kittu Ste- 
phens. An English actress ; daughter 
of Edward Stephens, Esq., of Leadwell, 
Oxon. ; in 1838 married the 5th earl of 
Essex; b. and d. in London. 

Este, Rev. Charles, 1753-1829. Moro- 
soph Este. An English clergyman; chap- 
lain at the Chapel Royal, Whitehall; 
principal editor of "The World." 

Etches, James M. Asli Wood. 

Etheridge, Samuel. A Gentleman 
of Massachits'dts. An American ; per- 
haps for a short time a bookseller of 

Eusden, Rev. Law^rence. Mr. 
En n. 

See " I. and V.," First Series, p. 422. 

Eustaphieve, Alexis. Author of" the 
Pesonrres of Russia." 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 422. 




Evans, Miss . A Lady. An 

American novelist. 

Evans, B.R. A Citizen of Pittsburgh. 

Evans, Mrs. Elizabeth Edson (Gib- 
son Du Bois), 1833-. Haphael. An 
American writer for periodical literature ; 
b. at Newport, N.H. ; resident in 1884 at 
Munich, Germany. 

Evans, Estwick. Aristides. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 422. 

Evans, F. J. O. F. J. E. An Eng- 
lish writer of the day. 

Evans, Frederick White. A Shaker. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 423. 

Evans, Hovrard. Noblesse Oblige. 
An English writer of the day. 

Evans, James, A.B. /. E. An Eng- 
lish sclioiar ; was first of Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge, where he was sizar to Dr. 
Ricliard Bentley, the master ; he then 
mov^ed to Canterbury, and became as- 
sistant to the head master of the King's 
School, and afterwards second master, 
and d. there. 

Evans, Thomas. An American Citizen. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 423. 

Also ascribed to Linus Plerpont Brockett, 
which see, " I. and P." 

Evans, William. Philanthropist. An 
American writer, of Syracuse, N.Y.C?). 

Eve, Paul Fitzsimons, 1806-77. The 
Assistant Editor of the "Nashville Medical 
and Surgical Journal." An American 
physician ; b. near Augusta, Ga. ; 
Franklin Coll., Ga., 1826; M.D. in the 
Univ. of Penn., 1828 ; studied in London 
and Paris ; professor in Georgia in 1832- 
49 ; in Nashville, 1850-87. 

Evelyn, John, 1620-1705-6. J. E., 
F.R.S. An English writer; b. at Wot- 
ton, county of Surrey ; educ. at Balliol 
Coll., Oxford ; resided many years on 
the Continent ; in 1651-52 settled at Say's 
Court, near Deptford ; d. and was in- 
terred at his native place. 

Everett, Edward, LL.D., 1794-1865. 
E. E — t. An American scholar and 
statesman ; b. in Dorchester, Mass. ; 
Harv. Univ., 1811 ; M.C., 1825-35 ; gov- 
ernor of Massachusetts, 1835 ; minister to 
England, 1841-45 ; president of Harv. 
Univ., 1846-49 ; United States secretary 
of state, 1852; United States senator,. 
1853-59 ; d. in Boston. 

Everett, James. Coleman Collier; 
William Cowper ; Criticus ; Joseph Hall; 
A Disciple of the Old School; An 
Observer. An English miscellaneous 

Everette, Samuel, H.N.B., 1820-43. 
Rug Emperor. An American journalist ; 
b. and d. in Newport, N.H. ; he wrote 
tales and brief romances for " Gleason's 
Magazine," and was editor of " The Iris 
and Literary Repository," at Concord, in 
1842, and afterwards of the " Literary 
Souvenir," at Manchester, both in New 

Evitt, Miss S. W. S. W. E. An 
English writer on cookery. 

ETving, Mrs. Juliana Horatia (Gat- 
ty), -1885. Aunt Judy. An English 
writer; b. and passed her early life at 
Ecclesfield, in Yorkshire ; in 1866 she 
married Maj. Alexander Ewing, A.P.D., 
and sailed with him to New Brunswick, 
where they lived the next two years ; 
returning to England in 1869, they re- 
sided in various places, till she d. at 
Bath, and was buried at Trull, in Somer- 

Ewing, Samuel. Jacques. An Amer- 
ican journalist; son of John Ewing, D.D, 
(1732-1802) ; provost of the Univ. of 
Penn., 1779-1802. 

Eyre, Mary. A Lady. An English 

Eytinge, Mrs. Margaret. Madge 
Eliot. An American magazine writer; 
wife of Mr. Sol Eytinge, the artist. 


Faber, Frederick William, D.D. 
F. W. F.; A Parish Priest. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 424. 
Fagan, Fanny, -1878. F. and F. F. 

An American poet. 

Fagge, Sir Robert, 3d Bart., -1736. 
A Certain Famous Sussex Baronet. An 
Ensjlisb baronet ; succeeded his father in 

Faggot, G. Trofast. 

Fairchild, Thomas, and others. A 

Society of Gardeners. English gardeners 
of one hundred and fifty years ago. 

Fairfax, Lavinia. Una Signora In- 
glese. An En<>'lish poet. 

Falcon, William Harris. W. H. F. 
An Irish lawyer 

Falconer, Thomas. T. F. An Eng- 
lish author of Bath; a county court 




Fa? !v. Thomas, 1771-1839. 

F. ; ' ; Editor of the " Voijage of 

Hann English scholar and di- 

vine; son of Dr. William Falconer; b. 
and d. at Bath ; Corpus Cliristi Coll., 
Oxford, 1791 ; devoted his life to classi- 
cal and literary pursuits. 

Falconer, William, M.D., 1743-1824. 
W. F.; ALaijmcm. An English physician; 
Tj. at Chester; father of the Rev. Thomas 
Ealconer; was physician to the General 
Hospital at Bath, and d. iu that city. 

Falk, Johann Daniel, called 
Johannes, 1768-1826. Johannes von der 
Ostsee. A German satirical poet; b. at 
Dantzig ; studied theology at Halle and 
at Weimar; and in 1806 became secre- 
tary of a French commission of contri- 
butions ; he founded the Institut de Falk. 

Falkener, Edward. F. F. An Eng- 
lish editor of the day. 

Fallow, Mrs. (T. M.)('?). A Clergy- 
man's Wife. An English poet. 

Fane, Robert George Cecil. C. F. 
An English lawj^er. 

Fanton, A. A. F. A French writer 
of the day. 

Farington, . A Lover of Truth 

and Godliness. An English clergyman 
of the first part of the eighteenth cen- 

Farley, Frederick Augustus, D.D. 
F. A. F. An American clergyman ; 
Harv. Coll., 1818 ; for many years pastor 
at Brooklyn, N.Y., and in 1887 resident 

Farley, Rev. Stephen. S. F. An 
American clergyman of liberal views ; 
father of Miss Harriet Farley, editor of 
the "Lowell Offering." 

Farlin, J. Warren. A Common 
Sense Man. An American writer. 

Farmer, J. B. J. B. F. An Eng- 
lish i)oet. 

Farnham, John Hervey. John Ccelion. 

FarcjKhar, Barbara H. A Labourer's 
Dauglili r. An English poet and religious 

Farrar, Mrs. Fliza Ware (Rotch). 
A Ladij. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 424. 

Farrell, R. F. A Consxd. An Ameri- 
can diplomatist. 

Farrington, Rev. Richard, A.M. 
R. F., A.M. An English clergyman 
■early in the eigiiteenth century. 

Faulkner, George, -1775. Alticus ; 
Peter Paragraph. An Irish printer and 
bookseller; in 1726 was at London, un- 
der the teaching of the celebrated J5ow- 
ycr; soon after, settled in Dublin, where 
he was the printer of the Dublin " Jour- 

nal " ; brought an action against Samuel 
Foote for libel, and recovered damages; 
d. an alderman of Dublin. — See " Gen- 
tleman's Magazine," 1763, p. 39. 

Faussett, Godfrey, D.D., 1780-1853. 
Quinquagenarius. An English clergyman ; 
canon of Christ Church ; Margaret Pro- 
fessor of Divinity, Oxford ; vicar of Crop- 
thorn, Worcestershire. 

Fawcett, Miss Sophia Alice. George 
Faivcett. An English writer of the day. 

Faxon, Henry W., about 1830-64. 
A. P. L. Parin. An American journal- 
ist ; b. in Bulfalo, N.Y. ; entered the 
navy, but soon left it, and, after two 
other changes, became an editor of the 
Buffalo "Republic" in 1855; was after- 
wards on the staff of the Buffalo 
" Times " ; in 1861 became war corre- 
spondent of the New York City papers ; 
d. in Washington, D.C. 

Fazy, Jean Jacques {_dit James], 
1794-1878. Un Ame'ricain. A Swiss 
economist and statesman ; b. at Geneva ; 
educ. in France ; he settled in Paris, took 
part in the Liberal opposition to the Rest or- 
ation, and treated especially of questions 
of political economy in "brochures" and 
articles in the journals; returned to Gen- 
eva in 1833 ; was afterwards engaged in the 
political movement of his native country; 
d. at Geneva. 

Fearnley, W. W. F. An English 
veterinary surgeon early in the century. 

Featherstonhaugh, George Wil- 
liam, -1866. A Field Officer. An 
American traveller; a writer on geology. 

Feilde, Rev. Edward, M.A. E. F. ; 
A Cambridge Master of Arts. An Eng- 
lish clergyman; St. Peter's Coll., Cam- 
bridge, 1830; in 1851 minister at Belle 
Vue, Harrogate ; at one time perpetual 
curate of Rock and Rennington. 

Fellowes, Robert, Esq., 1770-1847. 
A Magistrate. An English writer ; b. 
in Norfolk ; A.M. of St. Mary's Hall, 
Cambridge ; he withdrew from the Eng- 
lish Church, and became editor of the 
" Critical Review." 

Fellows, George W. Faxon. An 
American travelling correspondent of 
the New York " Commercial." 

Felton, Cornelius Conway, LL.D., 
1807-62. C. C. F. An American 
scholar ; b. in West Newbury, Mass. ; 
Harv. Coll., 1827 ; president of the col- 
lege, 1860-62; d. at Chester, Pcnn. 

Fendall, Philip Richard, 1794-1868. 
Patrick Ilenrif. .An American lawyer; b. 
in Alexandria, Va. ; New Jersey Coll., 
1815 ; admitted to the bar in Alexandria 
about 1820 ; some years later removed 




to Washington, where he was district at- 
torney, 1841-45 and 1849-53; d. there. 

Fenelon, Frangois de la Salignac 
de la Mothe, 1651-1715. M. de Fen. 
A French divine ; archbisliop of Cam- 

Fenwick, Mrs. E. A Woman. An 
English novelist of one hundred years 
ago ; was wife of the following. 

Fenwick, John. J. F. An English 
dramatist and educational writer. 

Fergus, Mrs. M. His Mother. An 
English woman ; mother of Robert Wal- 
ter Fergus ; a writer of the day. 

Ferguson, Adam, 1783-1862. A Gen- 
tleinan in the Gountnj. A Canadian agricul- 
tunst; b. in Edinburgh, Scotland; studied 
law, and was admitted to the bar, but never 
practised ; came to Canada in 1833 ; was 
a member of the legislative council of 
Canada, 1841-62. 

Fergusson, William, M.D. A Pro- 
fessor. An English physician; inspector- 
general of hospitals to the army of Por- 

Ferrel, William, 1817-. Thomas Ides. 
An American scientist; Bedford, now 
Fulton Co., Penn. ; educ. at Marshall and 
Franklin and at Bethany Colls. ; was 
assistant in the "Nautical Almanac" of- 
fice, 1857-67 ; in the United States coast 
survey, 1867-82 ; in the signal service 
bureau, 1882-86 ; has since resided at 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Ferrier, Walter. A Country Voter. 
A Scottish political writer. 

Ferrier, Rev. William. A Member of 
the Associate Preshyterij of Glasgow. A 
Scottish clergyman early in the century. 

Fessenden, Rev. John, A.M., 1794- 
1871. F. An American Unitarian min- 
ister ; b. at Lexington, Mass. ; Harv. 
Univ., 1818 ; for many years without 
charge, residing at Dedham, Mass., 
where he died. 

Field, Miss . A Young Lady. 

An English writer of one hundred years 
ago, of Bristol. 

Fieldj Rev. Edmund. E. F. An 
English clergyman ; Exeter Coll., Ox- 
ford, 1847 ; fellow and senior chaplain 
of St. Nicholas Coll., Lancing, Sussex, 

Field, Rev. William. W. F. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 426. 

Fielden, W. S. H., and Mac»Iichael, 
J. C. T'he Secretaries of the Congregational 
Union and Mission of Victoria. English 
colonial clergymen. 

Fielding, Henry, 1707-54. The Muse 
of Fiction. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 426. 

Fielding, Miss Sarah, 1714-68, 


See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 427. 

Fields, Mrs. Annie (Adams), about 
1835-. A. F.; Annie West. An Amer- 
ican lady ; widow of James Thomas 
Fields ; resident in Boston. 

Fields, James Thomas, 1817-81. 
./. T. F. An American author ; b. at 
Portsmouth, N.H. ; " the Poet's Publisher 
of America"; d. in Boston. 

Figg, R. W. An Ex-Boy. An Amer- 
ican writer of Richmond, Va. 

Finch, Anne, Countess of Winchel- 
sea. A Ladij. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 427. 

Finch, Mrs. B. B. F. An Eng- 
lish poet early in the nineteenth cen- 

Finch, Daniel, 2d Earl of Notting- 
ham, 1647-1729 or 30. Bon Diego Dis- 
mallo ; Cyngetorix. An English peer ; 
educ. at Oxford ; filled several impor- 
tant political posts. 

Findlay, Alexander, 1822-81. Alec 
Keene. An English prize-fighter; d. at 
East Molesey. 

Findlay, J. Da^vson. Scott Marvel. 

Findlay, Robert, D.D., 1721-1814. 
Philalethes ; A Member of the Church of 
Scotland. A Scottish divine ; divinity 
professor at Glasgow one hundred years 

Fine, John, 1794-1867. A Lawyer. 
An American jurist; b. in New York 
City; Columbia Coll., 1809; adinitted to 
the bar and began to practise at Ogdens- 
burg, N.Y., in 1815 ; judge of the Court 
of Common Pleas of St. Laurence Coun- 
ty, 1824-37 and 1844-47; M.C, 1839-41; 
d. in Ogdensburg. 

Finn, Mrs. Ann Elizabeth (Mac- 
Caul). His Widow. An English woman ; 
widow of James Finn. 

Finn, James. The President [of the 
Jerusalem Literary Society]. An Eng- 
lish consul, for a time, at Jerusalem. 

Firmin, John P. J. P. F. An Eng- 
lish lawyer. 

Fischer, J. Heinrich li. Paul Hell- 
muth. A German novelist. 

Fish, F. G. A Sunday School Teacher. 
An American writer of Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Fisher, Ed%vard. E. F. An Eng- 
lish writer ; supposed to be born in Glou- 
cestershire ; was known for his extensive 
knowledge of ecclesiastical history ; d. 
in Ireland about the middle of the seven- 
teenth century. 

Fisher, George Thomas. G. T. F. 
An English writer in the " Westminster 




Fisher, M. A. M. A. F. An Amer- 
ican writer of the day. 

Fisher, Sidney George, about 1810- 

1871. Cecil ; Kent. An American 
writer of Philadelphia. 

Fisher, William, 1780-1852. A Naval 
Officer. An English seaman; second 
son of John Fisher, Esq., of Yarmouth, 
Norfolk; entered the navy as midship- 
man in 1795, and became rear admiral of 
the Red ; d. in London. 

Fiske, Willard. W. F. An American 
bibliographer of the day, of Utica, N.Y. 

Fitch, Eleazer Thompson, 1791- 
1871. E.T.F. An American educator ; 
b. and d. in New Haven, Conn. ; Yale 
Coll., 1810 ; Andover Tlieol. Sem., 1815 ; 
professor at Yale, 1817-71. 

Fitch, Thomas, A.M., 1699-1774. 
One u-ho heartily desires the Order, Peace, 
and Purity of the Churches. An Ameri- 
can lawyer ; b. in Norwalk, Conn. ; 
Yale Coll., 1721; governor of Con- 
necticut, 1754-66 ; d. in his native 

Fitton, Sarah Margaret. S. M. F. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 427. 

Fitzgerald, . F , Esq. 

An English poet of fifty years ago. 

Fitzgerald, Edward. E. F. An 
American writer of the day ; publisher 
at Albany, N.Y., 1872. 

Fitzgerald, James Edward. The 
Superintendent. . An English writer of 
Canterbury, New Zealand, 1853. 

Fitzgerald, William Thomas, 1759- 

1829. Small-beer Poet. An English 
poetaster; educ. at Greenwich School, 
and afterwards sent to the Royal Coll. 
of Navarre, in the Univ. of Paris ; on his 
return from France he was entered at 
the Inner Temple, but preferred to de- 
vote lumself to poetry and belles lettres. 

Fitzgibbon, Edw^ard. . 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 428. 

Fitz Gibbon, Maurice, 1818-81. The 
White Knight ; Mac-an-t'sen liiddery. An 
Irish gentleman ; the lineal descendant 
and representative of the " Old Knight " 
(Mac-an-t'sen Riddery) sept of the Fitz- 
Gibbon family of the Desmond Geral- 
dines, as well as of the " White Jvnight" 
sept of the same family; d. at Crohana, 
near Stoncyford, county Kilkenny. 

Fitzhardinge, Henry. //. xMari. ne. 

Fitzhiigh, William Henry, 1702- 

1830. Ojiiwins. An American j)liilan- 
thropist ; 1). in Chatham, Stafford Co., 
Va. ; New Jersey Coll., 1808; and settled 
on tiie patrimonial domain of " Ravens- 
worth," Fairfax Co., Va. ; vice-president 
of the American Cohjnization Society. 

Fitz-Patrick, Patrick Vincent 

Ryrie Bjolla Padring. [The author's 
name in the Irish character.] 

Flanders, Henry, A.M., 1826-. Oli- 
ver Thurston. An American lawyer; b. 
in Plainfield, N.H. ; educ. at Kimball 
Acad, and at the seminary in Newbury, 
Vt. ; studied law, and in 1850 settled in 
Philadelphia, where he has since practised. 

Fleetwood, William, D.D. A Di- 
vine of the Church of England ; A Curate 
of Salop. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 428. 

Fleming, Alexander. Rednaxela 
Gnimelf A.M. A Scottish mathema- 
tician ; a clergyman(?), minister of Neil- 
ston, Renfrewshire. 

Fleming, Caleb, D.D., 1698-1779. 
Publicus ; Theophilus ; A Friend to Truth 
and the Present Happy Establishment. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 428. 

Fleming, John. J. F. A Scottish 
writer of one hundred years ago. 

Fleming, Mrs. May Agnes (Early) 
Cousin Maij Carleton. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 428. 

Fletcher, G. H. R. G. H. R. F. ; A 
Parish Priest. An English clergyman; 
a writer of the day. 

Fletcher, John. A Non-cormnissioned 
officer. An English quartermaster ser- 

Fletcher, Rev. John, -1785. A Lover 
of Quietness and Liberty of Conscience ; 
The Vindicator. An English clergyman; 
vicar of Madily, Yorkshire. " 

Flint, Rev. James, 1781-1855. ./. F. 
An American clergyman ; b. in Reading, 
Mass. ; Harv. Coll., 1802 ; pastor at 
Salem, Mass., 1821-55, and d. there. 

Flint, John. J. F. An English 
religious writer. 

Flint, Miss Sarah A. S. A. F. An 
American writer of the day. 

Flint, Miss Susan C A Wanderer. 
An American writer; published in Bos- 
ton, 1856. 

Flint, William. W. F. An English 
veti-rinary surgeon of HullC?). 

Flodman, Anders, 1835-84. An- 
ders R — n A Swedish novelist and 
miscellaneous writer. 

Flood, Henry, Esq. H***y, F***, 


See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 429. 

Flow^er, Benjamin. A Friend to the 
Constitution. An English journalist; 
was first a wholesale grocer of London ; 
afterwards a printer at Cambridge, 
where, in 1793, he commenced a weekly 
paper, "The Cambridge Intelligencer"; 
in 1816 he resided at Harlow, Essex, 




^still engaged in the printing business, 
and tlie conductor of a monthly entitled 
" The Political Review." 

Flower, Rev. William Balmbro'. 
W. B. F. ; The Curate of Stoke Damerel. 
An English clergyman ; Magdalen Coll., 
Cambridge, 1843 ; rector of Crawley, 
1855-60 et seq. ; British chaplain at 

Plowerdew, Rev. James. A Clergy- 
man of the Church of Scotland. A Scot- 
tish minister, of Essie, Glammis. 

Floyer, Mrs. L. S. The Examiner of 
Needlework to the School Board of London ; 
The Late Senior Exarainer of Needlework 
to the School Board of London. An Eng- 
lish writer of the day. 

Fobes, Perez, LL.D., 1742-1812. A 
Clergyman of Massachusetts. An Ameri- 
can educator; b. in Bridgewater, Mass.; 
Harv. Coll., 1762; studied theology; 
pastor at Raynham, Mass., 1766-77; 
chaplain in the army, 1777 ; vice-presi- 
dent of Brown Univ., Providence, R.I., 
1786; teacher of the Bristol Acad., 

Folengi, Teophilo. Merlinus Cocaius. 
A whimsical Italian poet; b. near Man- 

Folkard, Henry Coleman, 1827-. 
A Barrister. An English lawyer; son 
of William Folkard, of Mistley, Essex ; 
called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn, 1858 ; 
a member of the Western circuit. 

Follen, Charles Theodore Chris- 
tian, 1796-1840. C F. An eminent 
German scholar ; b. at Romrod ; in 1824 
came to this country ; perished on board 
the Lexington steamer when burnt in 
Long Island Sound. 

Folsom, Rev. Nathaniel Smith, 
1806-. N. 8. F. An American clergy- 
man; b. at Portsmouth, N.H. ; Dart- 
mouth Coll., 1828; AndoverTheol. Sem., 
1831 ; professor at Meadville, Penn., 
1848-61 ; in 1875 removed to Boston. 

Folsom, Mrs. Susanna Sarah (Mc- 
Kean). S. S. F. An American poet; 
wife of Charles Folsom, of Cambridge, 

Folton, John. J. F. An English 
lawyer of the eighteenth century. 

Fonnereau, Thomas George, Esq. 
T. G. F. Esqre. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 429. 

Fontaney, A., 1805-37. Lord Feel- 
ing ; Y. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 429. 

Foote, Samuel, 1722-77. The Eng- 
lish Aristophanes ; The Modern Aristopha- 
nes. An eminent English dramatist; b. 
at Truro, Cornwall ; educ. at Oxford and 

at the Middle Temple, London; he be- 
came an actor and writer of dramas. 

Forbes, A. A. F. An English artist 
of the first part of the eighteenth century, 

Forbes, Alexander Penrose, D.C.L., 
1817-75. A. F. F. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 429. 

Forbes, Rev. Darius. A Believer. An 
American Universalist. 

Forbes, Duncan, 1685-1747. A Gen- 
tleman in Edinburgh. 

See " I. and P.,'" First Series, p. 429. 

Ford, James. J. F. An English di- 
vine ; of Oriel Coll., 1814 ; prebendary in 
Exeter Cathedral, 1849 ; in 1870 resident 
at Stanley Villa, Weston, Bath. 

Ford, Thomas. T. F. An English 

Fores, S. W. John Blunt. An English 
topographer of one hundred years ago. 

Forest, . Nick Testy ; Alexander 

Grumble. An English writer of rebusses 
and letters to the " St. James's Chroni- 

Forman, William Henry, 1837-. Al- 
fred Ashton. An American lawyer and 
journalist of New York City, where he 
was born. 

Formby, Henry. The Editor of the 
" Series of Hymns and Songs for Catholic 
Fa m Hies a n d Schools " ; H.F. An English 
Roman Catholic writer of the day. 

Formey, Jean Henri Samuel, 1711- 
1797. Yemrof. A French jurist and 
philosopher ; b. and d. at Berlin ; pro- 
fessor in the French college at Berlin, 

Fornell, Bror Edvard, 1820-69. Jere- 
mias Munter. A Swedish novelist. 

Forrest, Charles, and W. Grange. 
C. F. and W- G. English Avriters of 
the day. 

Forrester, Alfred Henry. A Pencil. 

See "Pen and Pencil"; and "I. and 
P.," First Series, p. 429. 

Forster, B. M. B. M. F. - An Eng- 
lish botanist. 

Forster, Josiah. J. F. An English 
Friend of Southgate ; afterwards of Tot- 
tenham, near London. 

Forster, , and Ingle, . F. 

and I. English writers. 

Fortescue, Ed%Tard Francis Knot- 
tesford. E. F. K. F. An Englishunusi- 
cian and composer of the day, of London. 

Foscolo, Niccold Ugo, 1777-1827. 
Bidi/mus Clericus. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 430. 
Fosdick, Rev. David, Jr., 1813-. 
D. F.; A Citizen of Ahe United States. 
An American clergyman ; b, in Charles- 
town, Mass. ; Amherst Coll., 1831 ; Ando- 




ver Theol. Sem., 1833; pastor at Ster- 
ling, Mass., 1841-45; at the HoUis Street 
Church, Boston, 1846-47 ; at South Gro- 
ton, Mass., 1854-60 ; minister at large in 
Groton for some years ; has since resided 
in that town. 

Fosdick, H. M. The Chief Engineer. 
An American civil engineer of Canada. 

Foster, George James. G. J. F. An 
English writer of the day, for children. 

Foster, Michael. The Trinitij Prce- 
lector in Phi/siolof/(j. An English physi- 
cian; M.A. at Trin. Coll., Cambridge, 
1871 ; Hon. LL.D. of Glasgow ; pro- 
fessor of physiology ; secretary to the 
Eoyal Society. 

Foster, IMary F. Cactus. 

Foster, S. Conant. The Poet Wheel- 
man. An American poet of the day. 

Foster, William. A Citizen of Boston. 
An American political economist. 

Foulger, Eev. Robert William. The 
Vicar of Pen/ei/ . An English clergyman; 
St. Aidan's, 1865 ; vicar of Penley, Elles- 
merc, 187o-87. 

Foulis, Sir James, Bart., -1791. An 
Old TIereditari/ Burgess, and Proprietor in 
both Cit/i and Conntg. A Scottish baro- 
net of Colinton, near Edinburgh. 

Fowle, William Bentley, 1795-1865. 
A Bostonian ; The Instructer. An Ameri-. 
can educator; b. in Boston, Mass.; was 
a bookseller till 1823, when he engaged 
in teaching ; to which work, and the 
])reparation of school-books, he chiefly 
devoted liis life ; d. in Medford, Mass. 

Fowler, Benjamin. B. F. An 
English writer of Loiuion. 

FoAvler, William Warde. ^1?/ Oxford 
Tutor. An English clergyman ; Pember- 
ton Coll., Oxford, 1832; M.A., 1835. 

Fox, Hon. Charles James. Mr. F ; 

Catiline the Second ; Man of the People. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 431. 

Fox, E. G. E. G. F. An Englisit 
artist and book illustrator of London. 

Fox, George Wilder. Amateur ; 
Helper ; Nemo ; Solitaire ; Wilder ; G. 
W. F. An American journalist of the 

Fox, M. J. M. J. F. An English 
writer of Die day, of London (■?) ; a Bible- 
class teacher. 

Fox, Robert Barclay, 1817-55. R. 
B. F. An English friend ; a poet ; d. at 
Gizeh, Cairo. 

■ Fox, S. J. J. S. J. J. F. An Eng- 
lish friend ; a writer of tlie day. 

Fox, Rev. Thomas Bayley, 1808-70. 
A Pastor ; T. B. F. An American cler- 
gyman ; b. in Boston ; Ilarv. Coll., 1828 ; 
Div. School, 1831 ; pastor at Ncwbury- 

port, Mass., 1831-45; at Boston for some 
years ; afterwards was a journalist in 
that city ; d. in Dorchester, Mass. 

Foxcroft, Rev. Thomas, 1697-1769. 
T. F., one of the bereaved Sons. An 
American clergyman ; b. in Cambridge, 
Mass.; Harv. Coll., 1714; pastor at 
Boston, 1717-69, and d. there. 

Foy, Mathilda, 1813-69. M. F. A 
Swedish writer of juvenile books. 

Franchett, Mrs. E. D. E. D. F. An 
English writer of the eighteenth century. 

Frank, Gnstav, ritter von. Dr. 
Franck. A German dramatist. 

Franklin, Benjamin. Le Bonhomme 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 432. 

Fraser, Archibald Campbell. An 
Officer of the Volunteer Corj)s. A Scottish 
surgeon; entered the army as assistant 
in 1808; first-class sm'geon in 1834; 
placed on half pay in 1839 ; served in 
the Peninsula and secured the war medal 
with three clasps, for Corunna, Nivelle, 
and Nive. 

Fraser, John. Maria. An Irish 
writer; a cabinet maker. 

Fraser, John, 1846-. Bartolo. A 
Scottish-American journalist; b. at 
Tyree, Scotland; resident in Chicago, 

Frederick, Duke of York, 1763-1827. 
The Soldier's Friend. An English soldier, 
the 2d son of George III., and com- 
mander of the British troops in the Low 
Countries, at the time of the French 

Freedley, Edwin TroxeU, 1827-. 
Glaucus. An American author ; b. in 
Philadelphia, Penn. ; studied law at 
Harv. Univ., 1845 ; in 1851 settled in his 
native city, where he devoted himself to 
literary pursuits. 

Freeman, Nathaniel Chapman. 
Peter Pindar, J un. An American poet;' 
a merchant(?) of Philadelphia. 

Freeman, The Ven. Philip. P. F. ; 
A Member of the Committee. An English 
clergyman; Trin. Coll., Cambridge, 1839; 
vicar of Thorverton,Collumpton, Devon, 
1858-70 et seq. ; a member of the Cam- 
bridge Camden Society in 1845. 

Freeman, Rev. Thomas Matthew. 
A Coimtni Parson. An English clergy- 
man; Cos. Hall, Durham, 1^.54; P.C. of 
Melior, Stockport, 1859-80 et seq. 

Freke, William, Esq. W. F. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 432. 

Freneau, Philip. A Native of America. 

See " I. and P.," First Series", p. 433. 

Friedrich, Mine. Bertha Heyn, 1823- 
85. Golo Raimund ; Georg Dannenberg . 




A German writer; b. at Magdeburg; 
author of many novels. 

Frisbie, Levi, 1748-1806. One. of Dr. 
Wheelock's Pupils. An American clergy- 
man; b. in Branford, Conn.; Dartmouth 
Coll., 1771 ; studied theology with Presi- 
dent Wheelock ; was for a time a mis- 
sionary to the Delaware and Canadian 
Indians; pastor at Ipswich, Mass., 1776- 
1806, and d. there. 

Frost, Pvev. BarziMni, 1804-58. B. F. 
An American clergyman ; b. at Effing- 
ham, N.H. ; Harv. Coll., 1830 ; pastor at 
Concord, Mass., 1837-58, and d. there. 

Frost, John, LL.D. Robert Ramble. 

See " I. and P.,'' First Series, yi. 433. 

Frothingham, Nathaniel Liangdon, 
D.D. F. ; N. L. F. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 433. 

Frothingham, Octavius I5rooks, 
1822-. 0. B. F. An American writer ; b. 
in Boston ; Hary. Coll., 1843 ; Divinity 
School, 1846 ; pastor in New York City, 
1860-79; in 1881 devoted himself to 
literature in Boston. 

Froude, James Anthony, LL.D. J. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 433. 

Froude, Richard Hurrell, 1803-36. 
/8 [Beta]. An English poet; entered 
Oriel Coll., Oxford, 1821 ; elected fellow, 
1826; tutor, 1827-30; ordained deacon, 
1828 ; priest, 1829. 

Frufort, C. F. ^Folus. A French 

Fry, Anne, 1764-1829. A. F. ; A 
Friend who is lately deceased. An Eng- 
lish Friend ; wife of Joseph Storrs Fry, 
of Frenchay, lastly of Redland, near 

Fry, Mrs. Elizabeth (Gurney), 1780- 
1845. The Female Howard. An English 
Friend ; b. at Norwich ; in 1800 married 
Mr. Fry ; devoted much of her life to 
works of philanthropy. 

Fry, John. J. F. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 433. 

Fry, K., and Cresswell, Mrs. Rachel. 

Two of her Daughters. 

Frye, Eev. Percival, 1786-1863. A 
Cornish Vicar. An English clergyman; 
b. in London ; Oriel Coll., Oxford, 1806; 
vicar of St. Winnow, 1835-63 ; d. there. 

Fiicini, Renato. Neri Tanfucio. An 
Irish poet of the day. 

Fuller, Hiram. The White Republi- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 433. 

Fuller, Samuel, D.D. Defensor. An 
American Episcopal clergyman ; b. at 
Rensselaerville, N.Y. ; Union Coll., 1822 ; 
tutor there, 1828-30; professor in the 
Berkeley Theol. School, 1859-83 ; profes- 
sor emeritus, 1883-. 

Funk, . An Illinois Farmer. An 

American political writer. 

Furley, Rev. Samuel, 1732-95. 8. F. 
An English clergyman ; b. at Westham, 
Essex ; d. at Roche. 

Furness, William Henry, D.D., 
1802-. F. ; W. H. F. ; The Pastor. An 
American clergyman ; b. in Boston, 
Mass.; Harv. " Coll., 1820; Divinity 
School, 1823; pastor at Philadelphia., 
Penn., 1825-75 ; still resides in that city. 

Futhey, Janies Ij. Alphera. An 
American poet and essayist, of Chester 
Co., Penn. 

Futhey, John Smith, 1820-. J. S. F. 
An American author; b. in Chester Co., 
Penn. ; educ. at local academies, and at 
the law school of Dickinson Coll. ; ad- 
mitted to the bar of Chester Co. in 1843, 
and was district attorney for five years ; 
present judge of the district, 1879-87 et 

Fyffe, Charles Alan, M.A. A Mem- 
ber of the Committee. An English scholar; 
Univ. Coll., Oxford, 1865; bursar of 


Gadsden, Christopher Edw^ards, 

1785-1852. The Rector of St. Philip's 
Church. An American clergyman ; b. 
and d. in Charleston, S.C. ; Yale Coll., 
1804; assistant rector of St. Philip's, 
Charleston, 1810-40; bishop of South 
Carolina, 1840-52. 

Gaffield, Thomas. An Amateur. An 
American writer; in 1887, of Boston, 

Gage, Thomas, 1721-87. Lord Boston. 

An English soldier; b. at Firle, Sussex ; 
governor of Massachusetts, 1774-75 ; d. 
in England. 

Gage, Rev, William Jjeonard, A.M. 
A Unitarian. An American clergyman; 
Harv. Coll., 1853; from 1860, Congrega- 
tional pastor at Hartford, Conn. 

Gale, Benjamin, 1715-90. A Gentle- 
man in the Eastern Part of Said Colony. 




An American physician; b, on Long 
Island; Yale Coll., 1733; studied medi- 
cine under Dr. Jared Eliot, of Killing- 
worth, Conn. ; settled in that town, and 
d. there. 

Gale, Frederick. 7'he Old Buffer; 
A Wykehamist. An English sporting 
writer of the day. 

Gale, Rev. Henrj'-. The Shade of Sir 
Sobert Feel. An English clergyman ; 
B.C.L. at Trin. Hall, Cambridge, 1836; 
rector of Treborough, Taunton, Somer- 
set, 1857-70 et seq. 

Gale, Samuel, Esq., 1682-1754. Cim- 
obelin. An English antiquary ; son of 
Dr. Thomas Gale, and, like his brother 
Roger, was well versed in English anti- 
quities; b. in London. 

Gall, Rev. James. One of the Major- 
ity. A Scottish Presbyterian minister of 
the day. 

Gallagher, William Davis. Erato. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 434. 

Gallenga, Antonio. L. M. [Luigi 

Galloway, George. A Christian Ob- 
server. A Scottish writer; published 
at Glasgow. 

Galloway, Joseph. Joe Gallop-away ; 
A Late Author; An American. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 434. 

Gait, John, 1779-1839. Nathan Butt; 
James Pa wide, Esq. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 434. 

Gait, John M. G.; A Voice from Vir- 
ginia. An American political writer. 

Gait, William Hamilton. Charles 
Ulrich, .Jr. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 434. 

Galton, Francis, 1822-. An Ex- 
plorer. An English traveller; cousin of 
Charles Darwin ; b. at Duddeston, near 
Birmingham ; Trin. Coll., Oxford, 1844 ; 
general secretary of the British Associa- 
tion, 18(i3-68. 

Gamble, John, Esq., A.M. A Protes- 
tant Dissenter. An Irish writer of Stra- 
bane ; b. in the North of Ireland ; educ. 
at Pembroke Coll., Cambridge, 1784 ; 
studied medicine at Edinburgh ; and 
served for some time in a medical capac- 
ity in the army. 

Gandolphy, Peter, 1779-1821. A 
Catholic Priest. An English Catholic ; 
b. at East Shem, county Surrey ; educ. 
by the Jesuits at Lie'ge Academy and at 
Stonyhurst College, where in 1801 he 
became a teacher ; was employed at the 
Spanish Chapel, London, till 1818 ; d. 
at his native place. 

CJangooly, Jogut Chunder. A Dis- 
ciple of the Unitarian Mission. An East 

Indian ; converted by Rev. C. H. Dall, 
and came to this country for instruction. 

Gannett, Ezra Stiles, D.D., 1801- 
71. G.; E. 8. G. ; G — n. An American 
clergyman ; b. at Cambridge, Mass. ; 
Harv. Coll., 1820 ; pastor at Boston, 
1824-71 ; d. near Boston. 

Gardera, F. B. F. B. G. A French 
teaclier in England. 

Gardiner, Frederic, D.D., 1822-. A 
Clergyman. An American Episcopal 
clergyman ; b. in Gardiner, Me. ; Bow- 
doin Coll., 1842; General Theological 
Seminary, but did not graduate ; pro- 
fessor in the Berkelev Theological School, 
Middleton, Conn., 1869-87. 

Gardiner, John. 1731-93. Barebones. 
An American lawyer; b. at Boston; 
studied law in England ; in 1786 settled 
in Pownalboro', Me.; was drowned on his 
jjassage to the General Court of Massa- 
chusetts, in a storm off Cape Ann. 

Gardiner, Richard. A Gentleman. 
An English poet of one hundred years 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 435. 

Gardner, Alexander. A. G. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 435. 

Gardner, Augustus Kingsley, M.D., 
1812-70. ^4 Student in Paris. An Amer- 
ican physician of New York City ; son of 
Samuel Jackson Gardner ; b. in Rox- 
bury, Mass. ; Harv. Medical School, 
1844 ; practised his profession in New 
York City, and d. there. 

Garnett, John. John G. An Amer- 
ican writer of New Brunswick, N.J.(?). 

Garnham, Rev. Robert Edward, 
1753-1802. Ereunetes ; Idiota; Synergus. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 435. 

Garrett, Annie and Ellen Amelia. 
Annie and Ellen Ami'lia. English poets. 

Garrett, Rev. John. The Vicar. An 
English clergyman ; vicar of St. Paul, 
1857-64, and commissary to the bishop 
of Columbia. 

Garrick, David, 1716-79. The Eng- 
lish Roscius ; W. C. ; Roscius ; Sir Nicho- 
las Nipclose, Baronet. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 435. 

Garrison, William Liloyd, 1805-79. 
A. 0. B. ; An Old Bachelor. An Amer- 
ican journalist ; b. at Newburyport, 
Mass. ; for many )'ears resided in Boston ; 
d. in New York City. 

Gastrell, Francis, D.D., 1662-1725. 
The Right Reverend Father in God, Fran- 
cis, Late Lord Bishop of Chester. An Eng- 
lish clergyman ; b. at Slapton, in North- 
arnptonsiiire ; educ. at Westminster 
School and Christ Church, Oxford; 
bishop of Chester, 1714-25. 




GatcheU, Charles, M.D. Thorold 
King. An American writer of Chicago, 
1886 (?). 

Gathercole, Michael Augustus. L. 

S. E. An English clergyman ; vicar of 
Chatteris, Cambs., 1845-77 ; since resided 
at the Manor House, Chatteris, 1877-87. 

Gatty, Alfred, D.D., 1813-. A 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 435. 

Gavit, Daniel E. Tivag. 

Gay, Horace. Un Parisien devenu 
Muscovite. An English traveller. 

Gay, John, 1688-1732. J. G. ; W. B. 
An English poet ; b. near Barnstaple, in 
Devonshire ; at an early age apprenticed 
to a silk-mercer of London ; but soon 
devoted himself to poetry and the drama. 

Gayton, Mrs. . Bessie Albert. 

Geddes, Rev. Dr. Alexander, 1737- 
1802. Jodocus Cocaius. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 436. 

Geering, Thomas. One icho has never 
lived out of it. An English writer of 
Hailsham, count}"- of Sussex. 

Geijerstani, Gustaf af. G. of G. A 
Swedish author and miscellaneous writer. 

Gellerstedt, Albert T. A. T. G. A 
Swedish poet and miscellaneous writer. 

Gellie, Mrs. Mary E. M. E. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 436. 

George, Henry, 1839-. The Prophet 
of San Francisco. An American political 
economist; b. in Philadelphia; went to 
sea at an early age, and, reaching Cali- 
fornia, remained there as a journalist ; 
in 1880 he removed to New York City, 
and in 1886 received a large vote for 
mayor of the city. 

George III., King of England. Geor- 
die, Emperor of Gotham. 

George IV., 1762-1830. First Gentle- 
man of Europe. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 436. 

Gerard, James Watson, 1794-1874. 
A Pelican. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 436. 

Gerard, Trophime, Marquis de Lally 
Tollendal, 1751-1830. An Englishman. 
A French jurist; b. in Paris; deputy of 
the nobility of Paris to the Constituent 
Assembly, 1789; in 1792 retired to Eng- 
land, where he wrote to the Convention, 
offering to defend Louis XVI. ; became 
a pee-r of France under the Restoration. 

Gerhardt, Dagobert von, 1831-. 
Gerhard von Ami/ntor. A German novel- 
ist of the day; b. at Liegnitz; since 
1872 he has devoted himself at Pots- 
dam to literary pursuits. 

Gerrans, Rev. Benjamin. A Teacher 
of the Persic, etc., languages. An Eng- 

lish educator ; b. at Truro ; usher of St. 
Olave's Grammar School, Southwark, 
1775-84 ; master of the academy, 62 
Fenchurch Street, 1797. 

Gestrin, Charles Edward H. C. E. 
H. G. An American essayist; a writer 
of the day. 

Gibb, Sir George Duncan, Bart., 
M.D. Carribber. An English physi- 
cian ; a writer of the day. 

Gibbon, Edward, 1737-94. The 
Author. An eminent English historian; 
b. at Putney ; educ. at Westminster 
School, and at Oxford; d. in London. 

Gibbon, J. H. J. H. G. An Ameri- 
can writer. 

Gibbons, M. S. " Volo non Valeo." 
An English writer of the day. 

Gibbons, William, M.D., 1781-1845. 
Vindex. An American physician; b. in 
Philadelphia, Penn. ; M.D. at the Univ. 
of Penn., 1805, and practised in Wilming- 
ton, Del. ; he was a Friend, and took an 
active part in the religious controversy 
that divided that sect; d. in Wilmington. 

Gibbs, Oliver. Oliver. 

Giberne, Agues. A. G. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 437, 

Gibson, Edmund, D.D. ^4 Minister ; 
The Bishoj) of London. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 437. 

Gibson, William, 1720-91. IVillij o' 
the Ilollins. An English self-taught 
mathematician ; b. at Boulton, near 
Appleby, in Westmoreland; was for a 
time a farmer at Hollins, in Cartmell 
Fell ; afterwards a teacher at Tarngreen, 
and at Cartmell, and previously ; in all 
for forty years ; d. near Cartmell. 

Gibson, William 31., -1887. Doctor. 
An American physician ; d. at James- 
town, Penn. 

Giddy, Edward Collins, 1775-1833. 
G. An English poet and meteorologist; 
b. and d. at Penzance, Cornwall. 

Gilford, F. O. Hartlei/ Wintley. 

Gifford, James. A Unitarian. An 
English writer; captain in the Royal 

Giflfbrd, Robert Swain, 1840-. The 
Griffin. An American artist; b. in 
Naushon, Mass. ; passed his early life in 
New Bedford, Mass., and was educated 
there ; opened a studio in Boston in 
1864, but removed to New York City in 
1866 ; has spent some years in forejgn 

Gifford, William. Georgius Guliel- 
mus Rossaiis ; J. Wright. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 437. 

Gilbert, Charles Sandoe, -1831. The 
Historian of Cornwall. An English chem- 




ist and druggist at Devenport ; b. in that 
town; afterwards in London, where he 

Gilbert, Davies, D.C.L., 1767-1839. 
Davies Giddy. An English writer ; 
original name Giddy; b. at St. Erth; 
Pemberton Coll., Oxford, 1785 ; M.P. for 
Helston, 1804-06 ; for Bodmin, 1806-32 ; 
president of the Royal Society, 1827-30 ; 
d. at Eastbourne. 

Gilbert, G. Omega. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 437. 

Gilbert, Sir Geoffry, 1074-1726. A 
Late Learned Judge. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 437. 

Gilbert, Capt. Thomas. The Editor. 
An English writer of one hundred years 
ago ; commander of the " Charlotte." 

Gilchrist, O. G. A Friend to Can- 
dour and Truth. An English writer. 

Gilder, Jeannette liBonard and Jo- 
seph B. The Lounger. [In " I. and P.," 
p. 437.] 

Miss J. L. Gilder's name is Jeannette (" Bruns- 
wick" and "Erasmus"). "The Lounger" is 
totli Jeannette L. and Josepli B. Gilder (not J. 
B. 6. alone). J. L. and J. B. G. are both edi- 
tors of the " Critic" (not J. L. G. alone). 
Very truly yours, 
(Signed) J. L. & J. B. Gildeb. 

Gildon, Charles, 1665-1723-24. JJn- 
damour. An English dramatist ; b. at Gil- 
lingham, near Shaftesburj', in Dorset- 
shire ; edtic. at the English college at 
Douay ; was embalmed by Pope in the 
" Dnnciad." 

Giles, Henry, 1809-82. H. G. An 
American clergyman ; b. at Crokford, 
county Wexford, Ireland ; came to this 
country in 1840; latter part of his life 
lived near Boston, and d. there. 

Giles, John Allen, D.C.L., -1884. A 
Protestant Member of the University of Ox- 
ford. An Englisii clergyman; Christ 
Church Coll., Oxford, 1828; rector of 
Sutton, Surrey, 1807-84. 

Gill, Rev. Thomas Howard. One 
of His Sons. An Enghsh clergyman; 
Trin. Coll., Cambridge, 1859 ; chaplain 
of tiie English Church, Rue d'Aguesseau, 
Paris, 1883-87. 

Gillies, Robert Pearce. A Literanj 
Veteran ; S- K. C ; A Voi/ager. 

See " I. and P.," First Scries, p. 438. 

Gillmor, Captain . A Retired 

Naval Commander. An English poet ; 
an officer in the Royal Navy. 

Gillmor, Rev. William. A Clergyman. 
An Englisii divine; Trin. Coll., Dublin, 
1820 ; vicar of lliingworth, 1836-70 et scq. 

Gilman, George H. An Old Pioneer. 
An American writer of the day, of Houl- 
ton, Me. 

Gilman, Samuel, D.D. G.; S. G. 

See " I. and P., First Series, p. 438. 

Gilman, William E. Noah Count. 
An American writer of Chelsea, Mass. 

Girardin, Mme. Delphine (Gay) de. 
Leo Lesies. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 438, 

Girdlestone, Rev. Charles, M.A. 
The Creation of an Hour. An English 
clergyman; Wadham Coll., Oxford, 1818; 
rector of Kingsvvinford, Stourbridge, 
Staffordshire, 1847-70 et seq. 

Gladstone, Mrs. Jemima Compton. 
Jemima Compton. An English novelist; 
wife of George Gladstone. 

Gladstone, AVilliam E., D.C.L. Glad- 
dg ; Mr. Merrypebble. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 438. 

Glanville, John T. One of their own 
Class. An English servant. 

Glascock, Capt. William Nugent. 
The Authors of the " Naval Sketch Book " ; 
A Tar. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 438. 

Glaser, Adolf, 1829-. Eeinald Beimar. 
A German author ; b. at Wiesbaden; has 
devoted his life chiefly to literary pursuits. 

Gleig, Rt. Rev. George, LL.D., 1753- 

1839. B G . A Scottish bishop 

of the Episcopal Cliurch ; bish.op of Bre- 
chin, 1810; primus, 1816; he was the 
father of George Robert Gleig. 

Gleig, Rev. George Robert. A71 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 438. 

Glenie, James, Esq., F.R.S., M.A., 
1750-1817. An Officer. A Scottish 
mathematician ; b. in Aberdeen ; was 
early sent a cadet to Woolwich ; he rose 
to be major of engineers, and was chiefly 
employed in Canada ; in 1806 and 1807 
lie was api)ointed to important posts 
which he soon lost ; d. at Chelsea. 

Glennie, Rev. John David, M.A. 
An Inspector of Schools. An English 
clergyman ; Clirist Coll., Cambridge, 
1848; vicar of Croxton, Eccleshall, 1869- 
80 et seq. ; London Dioc. Inspector of 
Schools, 1853-57 ; Her Majesty's Inspec- 
tor of Schools, London and Middlesex, 
1857-58; Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex, 

Glover, Richard. An Old Member of 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 439. 
Gliick, Barbe Elisabeth, 1814-. 
Bettg Paoli. A German poet; b. at Vi- 
enna ; was for a long time a teacher in 
Russia, then companion of Princess 
Schwarzenberg, and settled in her na- 
tive city, devoting herself to literary 




Goddard, Eev. Charles, D.D. The 

Vicar of that Parish [Bexley]. An Eng- 
lish clergyman ; archdeacon of Lincoln. 

Godfrey, Col. John A. "■Gov." An 
American poet of the day. 

Godolphin, Sidney, 1st Earl of Go- 
dolphin, 1645-1712. Fiscario. An emi- 
nent English statesman ; b. in Cornwall ; 
lord high treasurer, 1702-11 ; d. at St. 

Godson, Rev. John. A Vicar. An 
English clergyman ; St. Catherine Coll., 
Cambridge, 1859 ; vicar of Ashby Fol- 
ville, Melton-Mowbray, 1869-80 et seq. 

Godwin, E. C. Caleb iStarhuck. An 
American novelist. 

Godecke, Peter August, 1840-. Finn. 
A Swedish journalist and author. 

Godsche, Hermann Ottoinar Fried- 
rich. Sir .John Batcllffe. A German 
novelist of the day. 

Gorling, Adolph. A. v. Colenfeld. 
A German novelist. 

Gotberg, R. Reinhold. A Swedish 

Gothe, Georg. G. G. A Swedish 

Goflfe, Joseph. A Member of the 
Council. An American minister of Wor- 
cester Co., Mass., seventy years ago. 

Goldsmith, Lieut. Hugh Colvill, 
ll.N., 1789-1841. An Officer of the Eo;/al 
Navy. An English naval officer ; b. at 
St. Andrews, New Brunswick; d. at sea, 
off St. Thomas, West Indies. 

Goldsmith, Liewis, 1763-1846. A 
Gentleman resident at Paris; A Gentle- 
man at Paris. An English Jew ; at one 
time he edited the Paris " Argus," and 
was interested in French politics. 

Goldsmith, Oliver, 1728-74. Goldy ; 
Tom Telescope, xl.i1/. ,• The Inspired Idiot. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 439. 

Golightly, Charles Portales, M.A. 
A Member of the University of Oxford ; A 
Senior Resident Member of the University 
of Oxford. An English clergyman ; 
Oriel Coll., Oxford, 1828; in 1880 resi- 
dent in Holywell Street, Oxford. 

Gomersall, Mrs. A. A Female In- 
habitant of Leeds, in Yor!:shire. An Eng- 
lisli novelist of one hundred years ago. 

Good, Henry. An Advocate. An 
American law writer of the day, at Chili. 
South America. 

Good, Rev. Philip Henry, M.A. An 
Englishman. An English clergyman ; 
Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1863; curate of 
Woking, Surrey, 1879-80 et seq. 

Goodloe, Daniel R. A Carolinian. 
An American statesman, of North ('Q 

Goodluck, W. R. The Master of a 
Grammar School. An English teacher 
sixty years ago. 

Goodspeed, Rev. Edgar J. A Chi- 
cago Clergyman. An American writer of 
the day. 

Goodwin, Ezra Shaw, A.M., 1787- 
1833. G — 11. An American minister ; 
Harv. Coll., 1807 ; pastor at Sandwich, 
Mass., 1813-33. 

Goose, Mrs. Elizabeth Foster, 1635-. 
Mother Goose. An American woman; b. 
in Charlestown, Mass. ; in 1693 married 
Isaac Goose, of Boston, where she re- 
mained many years. One of her daugh- 
ters was the wife of Thomas Fleet, a 
printer of Pudding-lane, Boston ; Mrs. 
Goose lived with Mrs. Fleet as a nurse 
to the children, and there she sang from 
morning till night : — 

"Up stairs and down stairs. 
And in my lady's chamber." 

Mr. Thomas Fleet carefully wrote down 
her rhymes as they fell from her lips, 
and printed and sold them for " two 

Gordon, Mrs. George W. A Mother. 
An American writer; wife of a former 
postmaster of Boston. 

Gordon, or Gordone, Kev. James. A 
Minister of that Church. A Scottish di- 
vine ; minister of Alford, early in the 
eighteenth century. 

Gordon, Joseph. An Obscure and 
Nameless Bard in the Braes of Angus. A- 
Scottish poet of sixty years ago. 

Gordon, Mrs. Mary (Wilson). His 
Daugliter. A Scottish lady ; daughter of 
John Wilson (Christopher Noi-th). 

Gordon, Thomas, 16B4(?)-1750. 
An Iiidependent Whig ; Cato the Jour- 
nalist ; A Member of the House of 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 440. 

Gordon, William. Parthenopcens 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 440. 

Gore, Mrs. Catherine Frances 
Grace (Moody). C. F. G. 

See " 1. and P.," First Series, p. 440. 

Gorham, George Cornelius, B.D. 
Candichis. An English clergyman ; 
Queen's Coll., Cambridge, 1809; vicar of 
Brampford-Speke, Devon. 

Gossip, Robert. ^4 Layman. An 
English journalist, late of the " Daily 

Gostling, William, M.A., 1695-1777. 
One ivell acquainted ivith some of the Trav- 
ellers. An English antiquary; b. and d, 
in Canterbury ; minor canon of the 




Gough, Richard, i?. G. ; li. G., Jun- 
ior ; R. S. ; H. D. ; Q. ; J. A. ; Another 
Cantab; Pro me, si merear, in me. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 440. 

Croulburn, Very Rev. Edward Bley- 
rick, D.D. A Pastor. Au Englisli di- 
vine ; Balliol Coll., Oxford, 1839 ; dean of 
Norwich, 1866-80 et seq. 

Gould, Benjamin Aptliorp, 1824-. 
B. A. G.; N. P. D. An American as- 
tronomer ; b. in Boston, Mass. ; Harv. 
Coll., 1844; astronomer at Cordoba, Ar- 
gentine Republic, 1868-85 ; has since re- 
sided at Cambridge, Miiss. 

Gould, Miss Hannah Plagg, 1789- 
1865. H. F. G. An American poet; b. 
in Lancaster, Mass. , removed in early 
life to Newburyport, Mass., where she 
afterwards resided. 

Govenius, Rev. J. Lars Johan. A 
Swedish clergyman and novelist. 

Govett, Rev. Thomas Romaine. An 
Eije.-Witness. An English clergyman; rec- 
tor of Alby, Hanworth, Norfolk, 1853-68; 
vicar of All Saints, Newmarket, 1868-80 
et seq. 

Gower, Richard Hall. An Officer in 
the Service of the East India Conipani/. An 
English seaman ; inventor of the Transit 
four-masted vessel. 

Grabouski, Stanislaus Stephan Al- 
toerc graf v., 1828-74. Stanislaus Albert. 
A German novelist; b. at Berlin; became 
an officer in the Prussian army ; from 
1866 h-e devoted himself to literary pur- 
suits at Dresden and at Berg (near Stutt- 
gart) ; d. at Lungenschlag. 

Gradwell, Robert, D.D., 1777-1833. 
J. Hardman. An English Catliolic cler- 
gyman ; b. at Clifton, in the Fylde, Lan- 
cashire; Douay ; assistant bishop 
of London, 1828-33 ; d. at Golden Square, 

Graff, Mrs. . Maud Grafton. 

Grafton, Augustus Henry Fitzroy, 
3d Duke of, 173U-1811. .1 Lai/nian. A 
British statesman ; was a meudjer of the 
aduiinistration most of the time from 1765 
to 1775. 

Graham, George J. Launcelot Lang- 

Grahame, James. A Member of the 
iSrolish Jj(ir. A Scottish lawyer; nephew 
of James Graiiame the poet. 

Granger, Rev. Arturus, A.M., 1803- 
'45. Paul. An American Congregational 
minister; b. in SufReld, Conn.; educ. at 
the Princeton Theol. S"m., 1828; served 
as a pastor in Medfield (Mass.), Wil- 
mington (Del.), Meridcn and Middleton 
(Conn.), and at Providence (R.L), 1844- 
45, and d. there. 

Granie, Pierre, 1755-1819. Un Cito- 
i/en des Etats-Unis. A Prench jurist and 
historian; b. at Beziers; in 1819 became 
vice-president of the tribunal of the first 
instance of Bordeaux, and d. there. 

Grant, Colesworthy. An Artist in 
India. An English artist fifty years ago. 

Grant, Sir Francis, Lord Cullen, about 
1660-1726. ****** ; A Member oj Parlia- 

See " I. and P.,"" First Series, p. 441. 

Grant, Rev. Robert, B.C.L. A Cler- 
gyman. An English divine ; New Coll., 
Oxford, 1822 ; vicar of Bradford-Abbas 
w. Clifton-Maybank, 1828-80 et seq. 

Grant, Thomas. His Uncle. A Scot- 
tish bookseller. 

Granville, Dr. Augustus Bozzi. One 
of the 6S7 F.B.S. sss. 

See '• I. and P.," First Series, p. 441. 

Granville, George, Lord Lansdowne, 
1667-1735. Lord L — ne. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 441. 

Grasse-Tilly.Comte Francois Joseph 
Paul de, 1723-88. Un Ojficier de I'urmee 
navale en Amenque en 1 781-82. A French 
naval oflicer ; b. at Valette ; served in the 
American War, 1781-82 ; d. in France. 

Graves, Rev. Richard, 1715-1804. 
Christopher Collop, Curate of Cotswold ; 
A Young Man in Town. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 441. 

Gray, . A Country Gentleman. A 

Scottish -writer of seventy years ago. 

Gray, Rev. Andre^v. The Minister of 
a Chapel of Ease. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 441. 

Gray, Asa, and another. Two Readers 
of . . . Daruun's Treatise. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 441. 

Gray, Rev. Frederick Turell, -1855. 
F. T. G. An American clergyman; min- 
ister at large in Boston, 1833-39 ; pastor 
at the Bulfinch Street Church, 1839-55; 
d. in Boston. 

Gray, James. J — s G — y. An Eng- 
lish writer early in the eigliteenth century. 

Gray, John Henry, A.M., -1850. A 
Bostonian. An American writer; Harv, 
Univ., 1824. 

Gray, Jonathan, Esq. Her Father. 
An English writer of York. 

Gray, Thomas, 1716-71. The Bard. 
An English poet; b. in London; educ. at 
Eton and at Peter-house, Cambridge ; trav- 
elled with Horace Walpole in Italy, 1739- 
41 ; resided at Peter-house for many years, 
till 1756, when he removed to Pembroke- 
hall; professor of modern liistory at Cam- 
bridge, 1768-71 ; and d. there. 

Greeley, Horace, 1811-7'^. Godek 
Gooduuill. An American journalist; b. 




at Amherst, N.H. ; learned the art of 
printing at East Poultney, A'^t. ; removed 
to New York City in 1831; established 
the New York "Tribune" in 1841 ; d. in 
Pleasantville, near New York City. 

Green, Evelyn Everett. H. F. E. 
An English writer of the day. 

Green, Frederick. ^1 Barrister. An 
English lawyer of the daj'. 

Green, Henry WoodliiiU, 1802-76. 
The Chancellor. An Aiueriean jurist; 
b. at Lawrenceville, N.J. ; New Jersey 
Coll., 1820; admitted to the bar of 
Trenton, N.J., in 1825 ; chancellor, 
1860-66 ; president of the board of 
trustees of Princeton Theol. Sem., 
1860-76, and d. at Trenton. 

Green, John, D.D. Thomas Astley ; 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 442. 

Green, John Henry, Esq., F.E.S., 
1791-1863. The President of the Royal 
College of Surgeons of England. An 
English surgeon ; b. in London ; educ. 
professionally at St. Thomas's Hospital ; 
in 1820 he became surgeon to the hospi- 
tal; in 1830 professor in King's Coll.; 
president of the Royal Coll. of Surgeons, 
1849 and 1858 ; d. at the Mount, Hadley. 

Greena^vay, Rev. Stephen, 1713-95. 
An Honest Coantri/man. A clergyman of 
the Church of England; b. at Salisbury; 
educ. at Oxford ; but M.A. at Cambridge, 
1772; he held the living of Dalby on the 
Woulds, county Leicester, from 1737 ; of 
Nether, Broughton, from 1740; and that 
of Cropwell Bishop from 1771; d. at Dalby 
on the Woulds. 

Greene, Edward Burnaby. E. B. G-. 

See " I. and P.," Eirst Series, p. 442. 

Greene, George Washington, 1811- 
83. G. W. G. An American scholar and 
writer; b. at East Greenwich, Kent Co., 
R.I. ; entered Brown Univ., but did not 
graduate; United States consul at Home, 
1837-45 ; in 1852 removed to New York 
City ; professor at Brown Univ., 1848-52 ; 
professor at Cornell, 1872 ; d. at his na- 
tive place. 

Greene, R. H. Claes Martenze. An 
American writer of the day. 

Greene, Robert. Cuthhert Conny- 
catcher ; AjiotJi E. Car if. 

Greene, Robert w! P. C. Centz. 

Greene, W. W. G. An American 
writer in the "American Whig Review." 

Greene, William. W. G. An Eng- 
lish poet of Newcastle(?) sixty years ago. 

Greenleaf, Simon, LL.D., Esq. A 
Member of the American Bar. 

See " i. and P.," First Series, p. 442. 

Greenough, Alfred, 1844-84. A. G. 

An American arcliitect ; b. in Boston ; 
Harv. Univ., 1885; studied his profession 
in Europe ; travelled in Japan and South- 
ern India, 1882-84; d. at Rangoon. 

Greenough, James Bradstreet. ./. 
B. G. An American scholar ; Harv. 
Univ., 1856; Cambridge Law School; 
settled as a lawyer at Marshall, Mich., 
1858 ; tutor of Latin in Harv. Univ., 
1865-73 ; professor and assistant pro- 
fessor, 1873-87. 

Greeii\yood, Francis William Pitt, 
1797-1843. A Seeker. An American cler- 
gjmian ; b. in Boston ; Harv. Coll., 1814 ; 
pastor at Boston, 1818-20 and 1824-43 ; 
d. in Dorchester, Mass. 

Greenwood, Isaac, 1702-45. Aca- 
demicus. An American mathematician; 
Harv. Coll., 1721 ; professor of mathe- 
matics, 1728-38 ; d. in Charlestown, 

Greg, William Rathbone. W. R. G. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 443. 

Gregor, Francis, 1760-1815. A Free- 
holder of Cornwall. An English writer ; 
M.P. for Cornwall, 1790-1806 ; d. at Tre- 

Gregory, Alexander Tighe ; 

An Enqlishman Abroad. 

See '' I. and P.," First Series, p. 443. 

Gregory, Rev. Francis, D.D. A Di- 
vine of the Church of England. An Eng- 
lish clergyman ; rector of Hambledon, 
Bucks., in the first part of the eighteenth, 

Gregory, Henry, D.D. H. G.; The Rec- 
tor. An American Episcopal clergyman ; 
in 1850-51 rector of St. James's Church, 
New York City ; in 1858 president of De 
Veaux Coll., near Niagara Falls. 

Gregory, James, 1639-75. Patrick 
Alatliers, arch-bedel to the Univ. of St. 
Andrews. An eminent Scottisli matlie- 
matician ; b. in the county of Aberdeen ; 
professor at St. Andrews, and afterwards 
at Edinburgh. 

Gregory, William, 1803-58. W. G. 
A Scottisli cliemist ; b. and d. in Edin- 
burgh ; was the favorite pupil of Liebig ; 
after having taught at Glasgow and iVber- 
deen,lie was professor at Edinburgh, 1843— 

Grenville, George, 1712-70. Gentle 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 443. 

Grenville, Richard, 1st Earl Temple, 
1711-77. Lord Gaivkey ; Tiddy-doll ; A 
Son of Candor. An English statesman ; 
brother-in-law of Lord Chatham. 

Grey, Francis. A Person who re- 
nounced Deism. An American writer of 
eighty years ago. 




Grey, Sir George, K.C.B. His Excel- 
lency the Governur in Cliief of New Zea- 
land. An English civilian ; lieutenant- 
governor of South Australia, 1841 ; 
governor of New Zealand, 1846 ; gov- 
ernor, etc., of the Cape of Good Hope, 

Grey-Egerton, Sir Philip de Mal- 
pas. P. de M. G. E. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 443. 

Gridley, Wayne. W.G. AnAmeri- 
caa political writer of Charleston, S.C.C?). 

Griffis, William Elliot, D.D. Curio. 
An American Congregational clergyman ; 
Rutgers Coll., 1869; pastor in Boston, 

Griffith, Richard. Antomathes; Henry; 
Tria Juncta in Uno, M.N.A., or. Master of 
No Arts. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 443. 

Grimstone, Mrs. Leman. Oscar. 

See '■ 1. and P.," First Series, p. 444. 

Grindle, Wesley. A Universalist. An 
American writer. 

Griswold, Frances Irene Burge. 
Mrs. S. S. Phelps. 

Griswold, Rufus Wilmot, D.D., 
1815-57. Lndwig. An American liter- 
ary critic ; b. in Benson, Rutland Co., 
Vt. ; spent his life chiefly in New York 
City, engaged in literary pursuits, and 
d. there. 

Grogan, Mrs. Millleent. Erich Mac- 
kenzie. An English(?) or Scottish(?) 

Grose, Francis. Geoffrey Gambado, 
Ridimi Master. 

Also attributed to Henrij Bunhury. 

Grossheinn, Julie. ./. E. Mand. A 
Gennitn novelist. 

Grosvcnor, Benjamin, B.D., 1675- 
1758. B. G. An English Dissenter; b. 
and d. in London; educ. at the academy 
atAttercliffe, Yorkshire; pastorof an Inde- 
pendent congregation in London, 1704-58. 

Grosvenor, H. S. //. (S'. G. An 
American religious writer. 

Grote, George, 1794-1871. Histori- 
cus. An English historian ; b. at Clay 
Hill, near Beckenham, Kent ; educ. at 
the Charterhouse; at the age of sixteen 

entered his father's bank as a clerk, and 
worked there for 32 j'ears ; in 1830 be- 
came the head of the bank ; M.P., 1833- 
41 ; from that time became simply a 
man of letters ; d. in London, and was 
buried in Westminster Abbey, in the 
Poet's Corner, near Macaulay. 

Grousset, Paschal, 1844-. Philippe 
Darijl ; Docteur Blasius ; Leopold Virey. 
A French journalist ; b. in Corsica ; 
studied medicine at Paris, and then 
threw himself into journalism ; first ap- 
pearing in the " Etendard " ; then pass- 
ing to " Figaro " ; in 1871 he was exiled 
from France, and in 1872 was trans- 
ported to New Caledonia; escaping in 
1874 he fled to England by the way of 
San Francisco and New York. 

Grove, Joseph, -1764. A Freeholder 
of the County of Surrey. An English 
attorney of Richmond, of the middle of 
the eighteenth century. 

Grover, S. T. An Original Republican. 
An American political writer of St. 
Louis (?). 

Grumbine, J. C. F. May Wright. 

Guezenec, Alfred. Alfred de Brehat. 
A French writer of the day. 

Guild, Mrs. Caroline Snowden 
(Whitniarsh) and Mrs. Anne E. Guild. 
G. S. \V. and A. E. G.,of Boxbury, Muss. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 444. 

Guillemard, H. M. A Broker. An 
English financial writer of the day. 

Gullberg, Gustaf. GustafG. A Swed- 
ish journalist and miscellaneous writer. 

Gundling, Julius. Lucian Herbert. 
A German novelist. 

Gunn, Alexander, D.D., 1784-1829. 
Clericns. An American clergyman; b. 
at Digby, Nova Scotia ; Columbia Coll., 
N.Y., 1805 ; pastor at Bloomingdale, 
N.Y., 1808-29, and d. there. 

Gurney, John, 1680-1740. The Nor- 
wich Quaker. An English Friend of Nor- 

Gwatkin, Rev. Thomas. A Country 
Clergyman. An English divine of one 
hundred years ago. 

Gwinn, Hon. C. J. M. G. An 
American writer of Baltimore (?). 


Habcrstich, Samuel. Jeremias Gott- 
helf Jr. 

Habii'h, Edward. An American. 
See " 1. and 1'.," First Scries, p. 445. 

Hacksell, Emilia. Elis Emil. A 
Swedish novelist. 

Hadow, James, D.D. A Friend. A 
Scottish clergyman ; principal of the 




St. Andrew's Univ., in the first part of 
the eighteenth century. 

Hiiberlin, Karl Ludwig, 1784-1858. 
H. E. B.; Belaui ; Friedrich Heinemann. 
A German autlior ; b. at Erlangen ; from 
1828 he lived at rotsdam, and d. there. 

Haggitt, Rev. George, M.A., 1757-95. 
A Clergi/man of the Estahlisliment. An 
English clergyman ; rector of Beecham- 
well, Norfolk ; educ. at Harrow School, 
and at Clare Hall, Cambridge. 

Halght, Canniff. A Sexagenarian. 
A Canadian writer of the day. 

Hale, Charles, M.A., 1831-82. Mr. 
Seward's Pet. An American journalist, 
politician, and lawyer ; b. and d. in Bos- 
ton ; Harv. Univ., 1850 ; consul-general 
to Egypt, 1864-71 ; assistant United 
States secretary of state, 1872-73 ; a 
lawyer in Boston, 1874-82. 

Hale, Charles Reuben, D.D. The 
Committee. An American scholar ; Univ. 
of Pennsylvania, 1858 ; chaplain in the 
United States navy, 1863-71; in 1887 at 
Davenport, la. 

Hale, David, 1791-1849. A Father. 
An American journalist; b. at Lisbon, 
Conn. ; editor of the New York " Journal 
of Commerce,'" 1827-49. 

Hale, Edward Everett, D.D, J. 
Thomas Darragh, Late C. C S. ; E. 
E. H.; H—e. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 446. 

Hale, Horatio Emmons, about 
1817-. H. E. H. An American phi- 
lologist; son of Mrs. S. J. Hale; Harv. 
C^oU., 1837 ; was attached to the United 
States Exploring Expedition under Cap- 
tain Wilkes ; has later been admitted to 
the bar, and been devoted to the duties 
of his profession. 

Hale, Rev. Richard, M.A. The 
Vicar of Hareivood. An English clergy- 
man ; St. Peter's Coll., Cambridge, 1794 ; 
in 1851 rector of Goldsborough and vicar 
of Harewood, Yorks. 

Hale, Salma. S. H. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 446. 

Halked, Nathaniel Brassey, 1751- 
1830. Detector. An eminent English 
Orientalist ; educ. at Harrow Scliool ; 
spent some years in the service of the 
East India Company at Bengal ; returned 
to England in 1790, and was M.P. for 
Lymington, 1791-96; d. in West Square, 

Halked, Nathaniel Brassey, and 
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley Butler. 
H. S. 

The former, a profound Orientalist. 

The latter. — See "I. and P.," First 
Series, p. 549. 

Hall, Abraham Oakey. A Member 
of the New York Bar. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 446. 

Hall, Edward Brooks, D.D., -1866. 
H. ; E. B. H. ; H — /. An American 
minister ; b. at Medford, Mass. ; Harv. 
Univ., 1820 ; Divinity School, 1824 ; was 
for many years pastor at Providence, 
R.I., and d. there. 

Hall, John E., 1783-1829. SedLeii. 

See " I. and P.," First Seiues, p. 446. 

Hall, Mrs. Louisa Jane (Park) 
1802-. L. J. H.; L. J. P. An Ameri- 
can poet ; b. in Newburyport, Mass. ; 
married Dr. Hall, of Providence, R.I., 
in 1840; in 1887 a resident of Boston, 

Hall, Rev. Nathaniel, 1805-75. Its 
Minister. An American clergyman ; b. 
in Medford, Mass. ; Divinity Scliool, 
Cambridge, 1834; Hon. A.M. at Har- 
vard, 1851 ; pastor of the First Church 
in Dorchester, Mass., 1835-75, and d. 

Hall, Thomas. Achmet. An English 

HaU, Thomas Bartlett, 1824-. A 
Bible Spiritualist. An Americaii lawyer ; 
b. in Springfield, Mass. ; Harv. Univ., 
1843 ; practised law several years in 
Boston, but has since been engaged in 
other matters ; residence in 1883 at 

Hall-Stevenson, John, An Indepen- 
dent ; An Independent Teacher of the 
Truth ; Eugenius ; The Lord of Crazy 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 447. 

Hallam, Arthur Henry, 1811-33. 
T. II. E. A. An English poet; b. ir^ 
London; Trin. Coll., Cambridge, 1832; 
and entered the Middle Temple ; d. m 
Germany ; he was betrothed to the sister 
of the poet Tennyson, and the In Me- 
moriam of the latter is a dirge to the de- 

Hallard, Frederick. A Lawyer. A 
Scottish lawyer of Edinburgh. 

Halleck, Fitz-Greene. F. G. H. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 447. 

Halloran, Law^rence Hynes, D.D. 
Philonaiiticus. An Irish(?) clergyman; 
poet and dramatist; was at one time 
master of Alphinton Acad., near Exeter; 
then a chaplain in the navy ; still later 
rector of tlie public grammar school at 
the Cape of Good Hope, and chaplain to 
the forces in South Africa. 

Halstead, Leonora B. Barbara El- 
boii. An American novelist of the day. 

Hamerton, Philip Gilbert, 1834-. 
Adolphus Segruve ; An Etcher. An Eng- 




lish artist, editor, and poet ; b. at Lane- 
side, near Shaw, Lancashire ; ediic. at 
Burnley and Doncaster grammar 
schools, and by private tutors ; resided 
some years in France, studying painting 
and French literature ; has since chiefly 
resided in London, devoted to art and 

Hamilton, Eev. Alexander. A Min- 
ister of knoiun Learniiuj, Pietij, and Intey- 
ritij. A Scottish clergyman of Edin- 
burgh of two hundred years ago. 

Hamilton, Alexander, LL.D. ^4 Sin- 
cere Friend to America ; A. B. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 447. 

Hamilton, John, Esq. A Lay Mem- 
ber of tlie Church ; A Non-Intrusionist. A 
Scottish advocate. 

Hamilton, Sarah. A Resident of 
Sherwood Forest. An English poet and 

Hamilton, Thomas Baillie, 7th 
Earl of Haddington, -1794. The Bight 

Honourable the Earl of Had ton. 

An English peer; d. at Ham, county 
Surrey, in 1794. 

Hamilton, William Gerard, 1729- 
96. Single-Speech Hamilton. An English 
statesman ; b. in London ; educ. at Ox- 
ford ; chancellor of the exchequer in 
Ireland, 1765-84. 

Hamlen, Miss Georgina. Valentine 

Hamley, Sir Edward Bruce, 1824-. 
Alexandre Sue- Sand, Jils. An eminent 
British soldier and author ; b. at Bod- 
min, Cornwall; educ. at the Roj^al Mili- 
tary Acad, at Woolwich; entered the 
army in 1843 ; became lieutenant-general 
in 1882; has written for "Eraser" and 
"Blackwood"; M.P., 1885-87. 

Hammer, Evan. Philonorvagus. 

Hammitt, Samuel A. ..4 Straij Yankee 
in Texas. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 448. 

Hammond, Col. M. C. M. H. An 
American writer of South Carolina(?). 

Hampden, Renn Dickson, D.D., 
1793-1868. The Regius Professor of Di- 
vinitij [at Oxford]. An English clergy- 
man; b. in Barbadoes; Oriel Coll., Ox- 
ford, 1813; principal of St. Mary's Hall, 
1833; professor of divinity, 1836 ; bishop 
of Hereford, 1847-68. 

Hannay, James, 1827-73. Percival 
Plug, R.N.; A Carlglian. A Scottish 
litterateur; b. at Dumfries; entered the 
royal navy in 1840, but in 1845 left it, 
and devoted himself to literature, con- 
tributing to many journals and periodi- 
cals, from "Punch" to tlie quarterly 
reviews ; consul at Barcelona, 1868. 

Hansard, Thomas Curson. T. C. H. 

An English lawyer ; eldest son of T. C. 
Hansard, of London ; author of the 
"Pari. Debates", called to the bar at 
the Middle Temple, 1846. 

Hanshall, J. H. The Editor of the 
"Chester Chronicle." An English journal- 

HanAvay, . Farmer Trueman. 

Han^vay, Jonas. A Citizen ; A Mer- 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 448. 

Hanway, William. A Gentleman. 
An Englisli f)oet ; of the Navy Office ; 
brother of Jonas Hanway. 

Happer, A. P. An Inquirer. An 
English colonial wi'iter of the day. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 448. 

Harcourt, Simon, Baron Harcourt, 
of Stanton-Harcourt, in the county of 
Oxford, -1727. Codicil. An eminent 
English lawyer and statesman ; lord high- 
chancellor of Great Britain, 1712-14 and 
1721-27 ; in 1721 he was created Vis- 
count Harcourt. 

Harcourt, Sir William George 
Granville Vernon, LL.D., Joseph 
Chamberlain, and others. Leading 
Liberals. English statesmen of the day. 

Hardres, T. T. H. An English 
poet of Canterbury, in the first part of 
the eighteenth century. 

Hardy, E. J. ^1 Graduate of the Uni- 
versitji of Matrimony. An English writer 
of the da}-. 

Hardy, Rev. Robert. A Clergyman. 
An English divine ; vicar of the united 
parishes of Walberton and Yapton, and 
of Stougliton, in Sussex, and chaplain of 
tlie Prince Regent. 

Hare, Augustus William and Julius 
Charles. A Layman. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 449. 

Hare, Julius Charles. -/. C. H. ; 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 449. 

HarkshaAV, Mrs. . Aunt Effie. 

An English writer for the young. 

Harland, Henry. Sidney Luska. An 
American writer of the day ; a clerk of 
the Surrogate Court, New York. 

Harlcy, Robert, Earl of Oxford and 
Mortimer, 1661-1724. Hermodactyl of 
High Fame; A Noble I'eer ; Robin. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 449. 

Harley, Robert, Earl of Oxford, and 
Saint- John, Henry, Viscount Boling- 
broke. Ox — and Bull — . 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 449. 

Harmer, Rev. Thomas, 1715-88.- A 
Suffolk Minister. A learned English 
Dissenter ; b. at Norwich ; became min- 




ister of a congregation at Wattsfield, 

Harney, George Julian. The Ed- 
itor of " The Jersey Independent." An 
English journalist. 

Harper, Alexander. A Deveronside 
Poet. A Scottish poet. 

Harper, Eev. Samuel BroTvn. A 
Writer of "A Voice from the North." 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 449. 

Harper, William. A Friend. A 
Scottish writer. 

Harrington, Rev. Joseph, 1813-52. 
J. H. An American clergyman ; Harv. 
Coll., 1833; d. at San Francisco, Cal. 

Harris, . Phil Scot. A Scottish 

■writer the first part of the eighteenth 

Harris, Alexander. An Atheist. An 
English writer. 

Harris, Miss Amanda Bartlett. A. 
B. H. ; Kirkland. An American writer 
of the day of Warner, Merrimack Co., 

Harris, Edward. Lunatico De Cranki. 

Harris, Emily Marion. E. M. 
H . 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 449. 

Harris, H. A Looker-Oat. An Eng- 
lisli song-writer of the day. 

Harris, Rev. J. Simon Peeper, Esq. 
An English journalist. 

Harris, James, 1709-80. J. H. An 
English gentleman of uncommon parts 
and learning, of Malmesbury, M.P. 

Harris, James Howard, Viscount 
Fitzharris, 3d Earl of Malmesbury, 
1807-. A Nobleman. An English peer ; 
b. in Spring Gardens, London; succeeded 
his father in 1841 ; educ. at Eton and 
Oxford; M.P. for Wilton, 1841; secre- 
tary for foreign affairs, 18-52 and 1858-59 ; 
lord privy seal, 1866-68 ; residence Heron 
Court, near Christ Church, Hampshire. 

Harris, James Lampson. J. L. H. 
An English religious writer. 

Harris, Thaddeus William, 1795- 
1856. II — s. An American naturalist; 
b. in Dorchester, Mass. ; Harv. Coll., 
1815; librarian at Harvard, 1831-56; d. 
at Cambridge, Mass. 

Harris, William Torrey, A.M., 
1835-. Hermes. An American philoso- 
pher; b. in North Killingly, Conn. ; Hon. 
A.M., at Yale Coll. in 1869 ; resident in 
Concord, Mass. 

Harrison, Mrs. Constance Gary. 
Mrs. Burton. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 450. 

Harrison, Jesse Burton. A Vir- 
ginian. An American writer of Rich- 
mond, Va.C?). 

Harrison, Rev. Joseph. The Minis- 
ter of that Parish. An English clergyman 
of Cirencester. 

Harrison, William Henry, 1773- 
1841. "Old Tip" [or Tippecanoe']. An 
eminent American general ; b. in Charles 
Co., Va. ; president of the United States, 
March 4 to April 4, 1841 ; d. at Washing- 
ton, D.C. 

Hart, Mrs. Mrs. Jerninghavi. An 
American writer of the day. 

Hart, Rev. William, A.M., 171.3-84. 
Scripturista. An American Congrega- 
tional minister; b. in East Guilford 
[now Madison], Conn. ; Yale Coll., 17-32 ; 
pastoral Saybrook [now Old Saybrook], 
Conn., 17.36-84. 

Hartig, F. An Officer of State. An 
Austrian writer of the day. 

Hartmann, Emma. Fr. H. Palmer. 

Hartmann, Franz. F. II. 

Harvey, Francis, 1792-. Zethar. An 
English preacher ; b. at Hayle ; emigrated 
to Verulam, Natal; a writer of the day. 

Harvey, Joseph, D.D., 1787-1873. An 
Edwardean. An American clergyman; 
b. at East Haddam, Conn. ; Yale Coll., 
1808 ; secretary of the American Educa- 
tional Society, Boston, 1825; was en- 
gaged in various parochial labors till 
1858, when he removed to Michigan, 
where he d. at the village of Harvey, on 
the shore of Lake Superior. 

Harvey, Thomas Kingston, 1831- 
72. T H. II. An Englisli barrister; b. 
at Penzance, Cornwall ; from 1863 resi- 
dent at Constantinople ; d. at Pera. 

Harvey, Rev. William Woodis. Pin- 
dar ; Zeta. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 451. 

Harwood, Rev. Uriel, A.M. A Cu- 
rate in the Archdeaconrij of Coventry. An 
English clergyman ; curate of Hardwick 
Priors, Warwickshire. 

Hasell, Miss E. J., -1887. E. J. H. 
An English writer in " St. Paul's Maga- 
zine," " Blackwood," and the " Athe- 
nasum." She was of Dalemain, Uls- 
water, and versed in the literature of 
Spain, Portugal, and Italy. 

Haslam, Mrs. T. J. T. J. II. An 
Irisli writer of the day, of DublinC?). 

Haslew^ood, Joseph. Wyl Bucke. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 451. 

Hasted, Edward, F.S.A., 1732-1812. 
A Late Inhabitant. An English writer ; 
b. in CanterburyC?), county Kent ; master 
of the hospital at Corsham, Wiltshire, 
where he died. 

Haswell, Charles H. The Engineer in 
Chief of the U. S. Navy. An American 
naval engineer; cliit't' engineer, 1836; 




«ngineer-in-cliief , 1844 ; dropped from 
the navy list, 1852. 

Hatcher, John E. George Washing- 
ton Brick. 

Hatton, Father. C'onstantius Archceo- 
philus. An English writer. 
■ Haupt, R. Mentor. 

Haven, Mrs. Alice (Bradley Neal). 
Alice Gordon Lee ; Cousin Alice. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 451. 

Havergal, Marie V. G. Her Sister. 
An American writer of the day; sister 
of Frances Ridley Havergal. 

Hawarden, Edward, D.D. E. H. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 452. 

Hawardine, J. J H ,• C. 

A D. S. An Englisli Roman Catlio- 

lic writer of tiie middle of the eighteenth 

Haweis, Rev. Thomas, LL.B., M.D. 
Mr. H—s. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 452. 

Hawker, Rev. Robert Stephen. H. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 452. 

Haivkins, Rev. William Bentinck. 
liCtheJii, M.A. One of the Old School. 
An English clergyman ; Exeter Coll., 
Oxford, 1824 ; chaplain to His Royal 
tligliness, the Duke of Cambridge. 

Hawtrey, Edward Craven, D.D., 
1789-1862. Un Inglese. An English 
scholar; became head-master of Eton 
School about 1834, and afterwai-ds pro- 
vost of the same. 

Hay, George, D.D. G. 11. An Eng- 
lish clergyman of one hundred years ago. 

Hay, John, 1839-. ././/. An American 
])oet and novelist of the day ; b. in Illinois. 

Hay, William, Esq., 1G95-1755. A 
Member of Parliamenl. An agreeable 
English writer; b. Sussex; 
rej)resented Seaford in Parliament from 
1734 to 1755. 

Hayes, John Lord, LL.D., 1812-. ./. 
L. II. An American lawyer of Boston, 
Mass. ; b. at Soutli Berwick, Me. ; Dart- 
moutli Coll., 1831 ; read law witli liis 
father and at the Dane Law Scliool ; 
chief clerk in the Patent Office at Wash- 
ingt(m, D.C., 1801. 

Hayes, Samuel. S. II., Esq., M.R.I.A. 
An Irish agriculturalist of Avondale, 
and a member of ,tlK' Dublin Agricultural 

Hayes, Thomas. A Gentleman of the 
Facultij. An English surgeon of llamp- 
stcad one hundred years ago. 

Hayes, William, Mus. Doc, 1708-77. 
A Grnllemnn in London. An lilnglish musi- 
cal comjjoser ; d. at Oxford. 

Hayley, William, 1745-1820. The 
Hermit of Ilastham. An English writer ; 

b. at Chichester ; educ. at Eton and Cam- 
bridge ; on leaving the University he re- 
tired to his estate of Eastham, in Sussex, 
and devoted himself to literary pursuits. 

Hayman, Henry, D.D., 1823-. H. H. 
An English clergj^man ; educ. at Mer- 
chant Taylors' School and at St. John's 
Coll., Oxford ; head-master of Rugby 
School, 1869-74 ; rector of Aldingham, 
Lancashire, 1874-87. 

Hayne, Joseph. Peagreen Hayne. 
An Englishman. 

Hayiies, Hopton, 1672-1749. A 
Candid Enquirer after Truth. An Eng- 
lish Unitarian ; became assay -master of 
the mint, and principal tally -writer of 
the exchequer. 

Hayward, Abraham, 1802-84. Ver- 
non Tlirift ; Veritas. An English writer ; 
b. at Lyme Regis ; in 1832 was called to 
the bar, but devoted himself chiefly to 
literature ; d. in London. 

Haywood, Francis. The Translator 
of that Work. An English writer. 

Haywood, P. D. One of the Crew. 
An American sailor of the "Alabama." 

" P. D. Hay vTOod, given as the name of one 
of the ciew who wrote the article iu a recent 
number of the 'Century,' describing 'Life in 
Alabama,' proves on investigation to be a literary 
forger, not unworthy to rank with Macpherson 
or Ireland himself. This Haywood is a fraud of 
long experience. He has borne several names, 
and disgraced each of them. As J. H. Horton 
he robbed four banks, and Pinkerton now has a 
reward of $1000 offered for him. Bigamy' is 
among his lighter misdemeanors. He is now 
under arrest at Lancaster, Pa., for forgeries 
aggregating $50,000. He admits that he was 
never on the rebel cruiser, and that he invented 
the whole of the ' x\.labama ' story. That he 
could deceive the ' Century ' editors and Hough- 
ton, Mifflin & Co., who published his article in 
book form, proves him an adept in literary for- 
gery, scarcely unequalled by any of his famous 

Haywood, Thomas. A Preshi/ier of 
the Church of England. An English 
clergyman early in the eighteenth cen- 

Hazlitt, William. Theosebes Bereanus. 

See " [. and 1'.," First Series, p. 453. 

Hazlitt, William Carew, 1834-. The 
Editor of the ^^ New London Jest Book"; 
W. C. II. An English lawyer ; grandson 
of the preceding ; educ. at Merchant 
Taylors' School ; called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple in 1801 ; has devoted him- 
self chiefly to literary pursuits. 

Head, Katharine. K. H. An Eng- 
lish poetical and prose writer. 

Headley, Henry. Abel Slug. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 453. 

Heard, Frnnklin Fisk(>, F. F. H. ; 
II — d; II — rd. .\\\ AiniTicMii lawyer; 
Harv. Univ., 1848; in 1H;'(7 ;;f P.oston. 




Hearne, Thomas, 1678-1735. Criticus 

See " I. and P.," Pirst Series, p. 453. 

Heathcote, Ralph, D.U. A Free- 
holder of Leicester ; A Societij of the 

See " I. aud P.," First Series, p. 453. 

Heaton, S. M. A Naval Officer's Or- 
phan Daughter. An English religious 

Hebbe, Mrs. Vendela (Astrand), 
1808-. W. A Swedish novelist. 

Hedberg, Frans, 1828-. Palle Block. 
A Swedish dramatist and poet. 

Hedbrooke, Andrew. E.Rowland Sill. 

Hedenstiei-na, Alfred. Sigurd. A 
Swedish journalist and humorist. 

Hedge, Frederic Henry, D.D., 1805-. 
TL; The Pastor. An eminent American 
clergyman and German scholar; b. in 
Cambridge, Mass. ; Harv. Univ., 1825 ; 
Divinity School, 1828; professor of Ger- 
man at Harv. Univ., 1872-76 ; has since 
resided in Cambridge. 

Heege, Frau . Penseroso. A Ger- 
man novelist. 

Heiberg, Tliomasine Christine. Carl 
Bernhard. A Danisli novelist. 

Helme, Miss Elizabeth. Miss H***. 
An English writer of one hundred years 

Helps, . An Etonian. An Eng- 
lish journalist. 

Helps, Sir Arthur. A British Author. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 454. 

Hemans, Mrs. Felicia Dorothea 
(Browne). F. B. ; Egeria. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 454. 

Hemgren, Karl. Halfdan Mark. A 
Swedish writer. 

Hemingway, J. The Editor of the 
"Chester Chronicle." An English jour- 

Henderson, John, 1757-88. The Irish 
Crichton. An Irish genius ; taught Latin 
at the age of eight, and Greek when twelve; 
afterwards educ. at Oxford. 

Hendry, John. A Conveyancer. A 
Scottish lawyer of Edinburgh (■?) ; writer 
to the " Signet." 

Henley, Rev. John. Bryan Bayonet, of 
the First Regiment of Guards: Sir Maivd- 
cope Moreclarke, of Hull. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 454. 

Hennings, Emma. Charlotte Leander. 

Hennings, Robert. Robert. 

Henry, Caleb Sprague, D.D. An 
Ejiiscopal Clergyman. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 454. 

Henry, David, 1710-92. Merlin the 
Second. An English writer ; for more 
than half a century connected with the 

" Gentleman's Magazine " ; being the 
brother-in-law of Edward Cave. 

Henry, Matthew, 1662-1714. An 
Old Divine. An English minister; b. 
at his father's residence, Broad-Oak 
farmhouse, in Flintsliire, North Wales ; 
in 1712 he succeeded Dr. Bates, of 
Hackney, London ; d. at Nantwich. 

HenriT^, William, D.D. W. Britanno- 
Hihernus. An Irish clergyman of tlie 
eighteenth century ; rector of Urney 
and dean of Killaloe. 

Henshaw, David, 1790-1852. A Citi- 
zen of Boston. An American politician; 
b. in Lancaster, Mass. ; collector of the 
port of Boston, 1830-38 ; was a frequent 
contributor to the Boston papers. 

Henslovt'^e, Rev. William Henry. The 
Incumhent of Wormegay and Tottenhill, Nor- 
folk. An English clergyman ; curate of 
West Tilbury, Essex. 

Henwood, Rev. Oliver, 1786-1860. 
0. H. An English Wesleyan minister; 
b. at Collington ; d. at Plymouth. 

Hepburn, Robert, 1690-. Donald 
Macstaff, of the North. A Scottish mis- 
cellaneous writer, and imitator of the 
periodical essays of Queen Anne's 
reign ; d. very young. 

Hepburn, Rev. Thomas. His Friend 
in Orkney. A Scottish (?) clergyman; 
minister at Birsay, Orkney. 

Herbert, Henry George, 2d Earl of 
Carnarvon, 1772-1833. C. An English 
peer; succeeded his father in 1811. 

Herbert, Henry William. H. W. H. 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 454. 

Herbert, Johanna. Egon Eels. A 
German novelist. 

Herbert, Hon. William, 1718-95. 
Etonensis. An eminent English typo- 
graphical antiquary ; after spending- 
some years in London as a merchant, 
he went to the East Indies as a 
purser's clerk; he is chiefly known as 
the editor of Ames's " Typographical 

Herford, Rev. Brooke. Harvard B. 
Rooke. An English-American clergyman ; 
pastor of the Arlington Street Church, 
Boston, Mass., 1882-87. 

Herford, Rev. William Henry. W. 
H. H. An English Unitarian clergyman, 
of tlie day. 

Hergeurother, Joseph von, 1824-. 
Anti-.Ianus. A German Roman Catho- 
lic cardinal and learned theologian ; b.. 
at Wiirzburg ; studied there and at 
Rome ; teacher and professor at Mu- 
nicli, 1851-55 et seq. ; cardinal, 1868. 

Hermelin, O. 0. H. A Swedish, 




Herpin, Mile. . L. Percy. A 

French author. 

Herring, . Touchstone. An Ameri- 
can political writer. 

Herschel, Sir WUliaun, 1738-1822. 
Peter Puzzlevi. An eminent German- 
English astronomer ; b. in Hanover ; 
went to England in 1759, and there 
became distinguished as an astronomer. 

Hervey, John, Lord Hervey, 1696- 
1743. Lord Panru/ ; Sporus ; A. Person 
of Qualitjj. 

See " I. and P.," Eirst Series, p. 455. 

Hervey, Thomas Kihble. The Edi- 
tor of the "Court Journal." 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 455. 

Hesslein, Bernhard. Bernhard Hess. 
A German writer. 

Hetzel, Pierre Jules, 1814-86. Un 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 455. 

Heugh, Hugh, D.D. The Dissenting 
Minister. A Scottish clergyman ; b. in 

HeAverdine, Eev. Thomas, M.A. A 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 455. 

Hewes, F. W. F. W. H. An Amer- 
ican soldier of the 10th Michigan infantry 
in tlie late civil war. 

Hewett, Rev. John William, M.A. 
A Countrij Curate. An English clergy- 
man ; Trin. Coll., Cambridge, 1849; 
curate of St. George, Whitwick, 1857-66 ; 
master of the North London Coll. School, 
1874-80 et seq. 

Hext, Francis, 1666-1729. A Laimjer. 
An English writer ; friend of Addison and 
Steele ; buried at St. Austell, Cornwall. 

Heyne, Carl Traugott. Heinrich Bour- 
din ; Louis Bonrdin. A German novelist. 

Hibbs, Richard, M.A. Clericus, M.A. 
An Englisli clergyman ; St. John's Coll., 
Cambridge, 1841 ; chaplain at Rotter- 
dam, 1876-78 ; in 1880 resident at Argyle 
Square, London. 

Hickes, Rev. George, D.D., 1642- 
1715. A Minister of London. 

See " I. and P.," Series, p. 455. 

Hickey, Rev. William. A Citizen. 
An American writer. 

Hicits, William Robert, 1808-68. 
An Illustrious Obscure. An English wit 
and humorist; b. at Bodmin; d. at West- 
heath, Bodmin. 

Hickson, Samuel. S. H. An Eng- 
lish writer; contributor to the "West- 
minster Review." 

Higginson, Stephen. Laco. 

Si'c " I. jind P.," I'lrst Series, p. 456. 

Higginson, Thoinas Wentworth, 
IH-/;',-. //. .- T. W. H. An American 

author; b. at Cambridge, Mass.; Harv. 
Coll., 1841 ; in 1887 resided at Cambridge, 
Mass. ; devoted to literary work. 

Highmore, Joseph, 1692-1780. A 
Christian Freetldnker. 
See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 456. 
Hilaire, ]&mile M. Marco de Saint 
Hilaire. A German novelist. 

Hildesley, Mark, D.D., 1698-1772. 
A Resident Cleri///mun. An English 
divine ; b. at Murston, near Sitting- 
bourne, in Kent; educ. at the Charter- 
house and at Cambridge ; bishop of Sodor 
and Man, 1755-72; master of Sherburn 
Hospital, 1767-72. 

Hildreth, Samuel Preseott, M.I)., 
1783-1863. A Naturalist. An American 
histoi'ian and physicist; b. at Methuen, 
Mass. ; studied medicine at Andover, 
Mass. ; in 1808 settled as a physician in 
Oliio, and d. there. 

Hildrop, John, D.D. Phileleufherus 

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 456. 

Hill, A. F. A Soldier. An American 
soldier of the Army of the Potomac, in 
the hite civil war. 

HiU, Aaron, 1685-1750. Gamaliel 
Gunson. An English poet, dramatist, 
and miscellaneous writer; b. in London; 
educ. at Westminster School ; visited 
Egypt, Palestine, and the greater part of 
the East; in 1709 he commenced author- 
ship; and after spending several years in 
various projects, till about 1738, he re- 
tired to Plaistow in Essex, and devoted 
himself chiefly to study. 

Hill, Alexander. Gaffer Grindstone, 
Esq., of Hunc/er-him-out. A Scottish poet ; 
a saddler of Montrose. 

Hill, Alonzo, D.D., -1871. H. An 
American minister; Harv. Univ., 1822; 
Divinity School, 1826 ; pastor at Wor- 
cester, Mass., for many years. 

Hill, Sir John, M.D. The Hon. Juli- 
ana Susannah Se/jmour; Joseph Marshall : 
Thomas Perfect ; Wedale. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 456. 

Hill, Sir Richard. A Master of Arts 
of the Universitij of Oxford. 

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 456. 

Hill, Rowland, 1744-1833. An Old 
Observer. An eminent English Calvinist 
Methodist preaclicr; educ. at Cambridge 
and in the Churcli of England ; in 1783 
he built Surrey Chapel, London, and 
preaclied there during tlie winter months, 
acting as an itinerant in the summer, 
imtil his deatli, a period of fifty years. 

Hill, Thomas, D.D., 1818-. T. H.; 
*1I. An American clergyman ; b. at 
New Brunswick, N.J. ; Harv. Coll., 1843;